Voyadore's Retail Stockists

Voyadore Ltd creates beautiful gift and homeware in New Zealand. Every product is created in-house to exacting standards.

Wholesale prices are available to approved retailers and distributors. If you wish to have a wholesale account, please contact us for approval.


Voyadore proudly supplies prestigious retailers such as:


Arataki Visitor Centre
Arataki Visitor Centre is the gateway to Auckland's Waitakere Ranges Regional Park, with more than 16,000 hectares of native rainforest and coastline. It's 250km of tracks provide access to beaches, breathtaking views, and spectacular rocky outcrops, including the Hillary Trail, black sand beaches, waterfalls and giant kauri trees.


Auckland War Memorial Museum
Auckland War Memorial Museum is New Zealand's first museum. It tells the story of New Zealand, its place in the Pacific and its people. The museum is a war memorial for the province of Auckland and holds one of New Zealand's top three heritage libraries. It has pre-eminent Māori and Pacific collections, significant natural history resources and major social and military history collections, as well as decorative arts and pictorial collections.


Auckland Zoo
Auckland Zoo is home to the largest collection of native and exotic animals in New Zealand and was established in 1922. Conservation is at the heart of Auckland Zoo.


New Zealand Maritime Museum
The museum exhibits fascinating nautical and historical artefacts that represent New Zealand maritime history from the earliest Polynesian arrivals to modern day seafaring.


Miranda Shorebird Centre
Miranda Shorebird Centre is an excellent place to see some of New Zealand’s amazing birdlife. With the numbers of shorebirds often exceeding 10,000 the coastline is almost a mandatory stop for any birdwatcher passing by. The Centre promotes awareness of shorebirds and the Miranda coastline ecology.


Kaikoura Museum
Kaikoura museum showcases the natural, cultural and social history of Kaikoura. Kaikoura has been shaped and influenced by the abundant marine life and spectacular ocean on its doorstep.


The Kauri Museum
With stories as diverse as WWII shipwrecks and lost gold bullion, geology at the beach, the plight of the Fairy Tern and the saving of the harbour entrance, the museum offers a fascinating look through our past and the characters who have shaped it.


Mangawhai Museum
Kaikoura museum showcases the natural, cultural and social history of Kaikoura. Kaikoura has been shaped and influenced by the abundant marine life and spectacular ocean on its doorstep.


Pohutukawa Gallery, Mount Maunganui
Pohutukawa is a vibrant and colourful store with a distinct New Zealand flavour and ambience, timber board walks, stone pebble floors surrounded by green fern foliage. Specializes in New Zealand made gifts.


Puke Ariki Museum, New Plymouth
Puke Ariki is a museum, library and information centre in New Plymouth, Taranaki, between majestic Mount Taranaki and the wild Tasman Sea. Exhibitions explore Taranaki’s past, present and future. Puke Ariki is a place of wonder, discovery and adventure.


Tiritiri Matangi Island Wildlife Sanctuary
An island 30km north east of central Auckland
Tiritiri Matangi Island is a wildlife sanctuary and one of New Zealand's most important and exciting conservation projects. The project is managed by the Department of Conservation with the Supporters of Tiritiri Matangi Incorporated. All mammalian predators were eradicated and a number of threatened and endangered bird and reptile species have been successfully introduced, including the flightless takahe, one of the world’s rarest species, and the tuatara. There are few places in New Zealand where you can readily see and walk amongst so many rare species.


Torpedo Bay Navy Museum
The National Museum of the Royal New Zealand Navy preserves the Navy’s physical, social and cultural heritage, telling its story and educating New Zealanders about the role the Navy has played in the development of New Zealand.


Wellington Botanic Gardens
Established in 1868, the garden features 25 hectares of protected native forest, conifers, plant collections and seasonal displays. It is classified as a Garden of National Significance by the Royal New Zealand Institute of Horticulture and is an Historic Places Trust Heritage Area. The Wellington Botanic Garden is also home to the National Observatory of New Zealand, the Wellington Cable Car Museum and The Meteorological Service of New Zealand.


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