OREWA BEACH II AUCKLAND II NEW ZELAND II

For Sir Edmund Hillary who observed our planet from its highest peak, to choose Orewa as the spot to spend his holidays, it must be a special place that offers the worlds’ best. The iconic Norfolk Pines which line the…

OREWA BEACH II AUCKLAND II NEW ZELAND II

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For Sir Edmund Hillary who observed our planet from its highest peak, to choose Orewa as the spot to spend his holidays, it must be a special place that offers the worlds’ best. The iconic Norfolk Pines which line the beach front are a lasting legacy of Sir Edmunds father who planted them in the 1950’s, and they are the backdrop to an abundance of activity that the kiwi legend would relish.

Only 15 minutes north of Albany and 30 minutes from Auckland’s CBD, this growing beach-side town continues to create new experiences for relaxation and adventure – you can eat, shop and play – all in one beautiful location.

Quickly becoming known as the most vibrant ‘hospitality precinct’ in the area, you can eat at a different place every day for a month and never visit the same place twice, with cuisine options from across the globe, to suit all tastes.

When there is even a hint of wind, sails of both kite and wind surfers line the waters edge of the pristine 3km long beach. Summer brings families to enjoy boogie boarding, beach volleyball, cycle the 7km long Te Area Tahuna track, kayak the estuary, walk through Eaves Bush Scenic Reserve, meander through the Estuary Arts Centre, enjoy some boutique shopping or enjoy the competition standard skate park.

“Well we knocked the buggar off”, were the infamous words of Orewa’s famous son as he descended Mt Everest. As many others have discovered, it takes some time before you can truly ‘knock off’ everything that the vibrant town of Orewa can throw in your path!

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