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Let’s Go Local: Mana On Mark’s Mind

"Musket Cove. Their beach bar has a great atmosphere especially during the Musket Cove regatta."
14 Jun 2021 15:24
Let’s Go Local: Mana On Mark’s Mind
Ratu Kini’s Backpackers Dive Resort, on Mana Island. Inset: The Beehive co-owner, Mark Hirst-Tuilau.

Businessman Mark Hirst-Tuilau spent 10 years managing Naboro Landfill, five years as commodore of the Royal Suva Yacht Club, and two terms leading the Fiji New Zealand Business Council.

He resigned this year as chairman of the Rakiraki and Tavua Town Council Board of Special Administrators, to focus on The Beehive, his honey farm business.

He was born in Suva, but raised in New Zealand where his father worked in the aviation sector.

Mr Hirst-Tuilau and his wife manage The Beehive, on their farm in Wailevu Road, Nanuku, Rakiraki.

What is one place in Fiji you would take visitors to, and why? 

Musket Cove. Their beach bar has a great atmosphere especially during the Musket Cove regatta.

What is your favourite backyard spot, and why?

Royal Suva Yacht Club or Ratu Kini’s Backpackers Dive Resort on Mana Island – great place to chill.

What is your favourite place for a coffee or pie?

Foodcourt upstairs Tappoo, Lautoka – you get a bite and can chill for a bit.

What is one place in Fiji on your bucket list, and why?

That’s a hard call between the Yasawas and Vanuabalavu, for a sailing holiday cruise that includes Ono-i-Lau.

Feedback: frederica.elbourne@fijisun.com.fj



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