Many people consider Hibiscus Coast beaches to be the best in Auckland. There are so many to choose from with quite differing characteristics including Orewa, Stanmore Bay and Big Manly.
There are countless beach and sea views around the Hibiscus Coast, and inland there are many stunning views of open fields and the New Zealand countryside.
Leisure facilities are located all around the Hibiscus Coast including Stanmore Bay Pool and Leisure Centre, Northern Arena, and many other fitness gyms including Snap Fitness, Fitter Faster Stronger and Jetts.
Hibisbus Coast offers many sporting options for adults and children, including Silverdale United Rugby Club, Hibiscus Coast Football Club, Hibiscus Coast Raiders Rugby League, as well as bowling clubs, tennis clubs and golf courses.
More affordable homes
With rising house prices, it is important that a good range of housing options are available, and Hibiscus Coast offers something for everyone. From modern family homes to first home options, house prices are more affordable than many other areas of Auckland.
Hibiscus Coast is home to Shakespear Regional Park providing stunning vistas of the Haruaki Gulf and Auckland. There are many lovely local parks and reserves including Stanmore Bay Park, Victor Eaves, Manly Park and Te Ara Tahuna Estuary cycle and walkway.
Local shopping options
There is no need to drive back to Albany and Auckland with local shopping at the new Silverdale Town Centre, Whangaparaoa Plaza, and Orewa Beach.
Close to the action
When you want to head out of the Hibiscus Coast, Albany Westfield and Mega Centre are only a 20 minute drive down the Northern Motorway. Travelling to Auckland for a night out is only a 30 minute drive away or you can use the Northern Express Bus service.