Bulls nestles quietly into the banks of the Rangitikei River at the southern end of the district and is much more than just an intersection.
The gateway to the Rangitikei from Wellington, or a last glance as you head southwards. Bulls is a little slice of rural NZ with something for everyone.
With its unique “A-Bull” branding, Bulls embraces its rural setting and has proudly developed the punchy “a-bull” themes for businesses, services and iconic landmarks. This no bull attitude can be seen throughout the town with murals depicting our love of bullish images. Bulls is truly an unforget-a-bull place to stay for a while.
Centrally located, it’s your perfect weekday or weekend day out. With a mix of gorgeous boutiques, cafes and numerous eateries, it provides a haven for a relaxed day out shopping and exploring our neck of the woods with free parking readily available. If you’re feeling nostalgic, the Bulls Museum is a fabulous place to browse and reconnect with yesteryear. With changing exhibitions and unique permanent collections this is a fantastic learning opportunity of the whole family.
It is the perfect spot to break up your journey, grab a coffee, stretch your legs, walk the dog and feed the kids. Walker Park and the Domain both have fantastic playgrounds and public toilets are located at Rangitikei Junction and the Bulls Information Centre.
If you’re more the outdoorsy type, don’t worry we have got you covered. Tennis Courts, Golf Course, River Walk, Scotts Ferry Beach and the Rangitikei River Mouth for the fisherman and white baiters, Te Araroa Trail Walk, Mountain Biking and local Heritage Trail.
If you’re thinking of moving, consider Bulls. Opportunities are endless, an easy commute to Palmerston North or Whanganui, affordable housing and well resourced educational facilities close at hand.
For your next day out come, to Bulls, park up for the day and enjoy the opportunities that await you.