At Pacific Heights Orewa, a new lifestyle is right here waiting to be discovered.
Pacific Heights is the perfect location to stretch out and live the Kiwi Dream – a place to reconnect to community values with all the convenience of modern living.
Local bird song bush tracks within walking distance along with Alice Eaves Reserve to the north provides pedestrian access to the sweeping shores of Orewa Beach. With around three kilometres of sand and surf for you to enjoy.
Beyond the beach, you’ll find the gateway to the Hibiscus Coast at one end – with golf, wine trails, hiking, adventure parks and indoor skiing. At the other, there’s the relaxing mineral waters (and thrilling water park) of Waiwera thermal resort.
That’s without even mentioning the numerous community events held throughout the year – ocean swimming, farmers’ markets, art exhibitions, group cycling, team sports and more.
It’s a priceless lifestyle that’s currently very affordable – with huge potential for capital gains in future as Auckland’s population swells and the city’s pace of life speeds up.
Pacific Heights houses a number of attractions and amenities in the surrounding community.
A walking track within Pacific Heights provides access to Orewa Beach. The main shopping and dining strip runs parallel to the beach, and there’s a number of schools and community hubs close by (plus a boat-themed playground kids absolutely adore).
Other local amenities include:
A short driving distance away, there’s even more to see and do. For example:
With Hibiscus Coast Forest & Bird’s ‘Pest Free Peninsula’ programme going from strength to strength, it seems the dawn chorus will keep getting louder.
Ready to party like it’s 1980-something? Take a trip back in time to the glory years of power ballads, rock anthems, big sunnies, bigger hair, and all things tight-and-bright with The Coast 80s Bash!
If you’re keen to take home some beautifully crafted hand-made goods, make sure you stop by the Orewa Community Centre on Sunday 30 July.
It’s all part of the lifestyle, she says. A perfect way of life for an active, busy working Mum.
In the first days of the month of March, the Orewa Surf Lifesaving Club will host Oceans ’18 – the national Under-14 NZ Surf Lifesaving Championships
At 11am on Saturday February 17, the Hibiscus Coast Highway will be closed to traffic … but open for so much more!