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Live work & Play at pine harbour

Already renowned as a 'boaties paradise' thanks to its world-class marina, Pine Harbour is peaceful, private and breathtaking.  Only a 35 minute ferry ride from Auckland City, yet an entire world away.

Destined to become so much more than a marina, Pine Harbour is Auckland's most exciting new development offering a selection of living places, working spaces and recreational facilities.  Pine Harbour offers a truly exceptional place to live, work and play.

Live - in style

Select from Pine Harbour's new living precincts, ranging from family homes, lock up and leave terraced housing to apartment style living.  Standing at the entrance to Pine Harbour, The Brae is a select enclave of architecturally distinctive residences, each a modern Kiwi interperation of the iconic Cape Cod design.

Nearby, perched above the marina, The Quarters will be a mix of apartment and penthouse complex's and terraced houses like no other offering uniquely designed high quality living, spacious, innovative spaces with a contemporary nautical feel as befits its waterside location.

All designed with the peace of mind that living in a managed, gated, tranquil family community brings.

work - in an inspirational place

Why work anywhere else if you dont need to?  With its stunning location overlooking the marina, The Landing is the vibrant heart of Pine Harbour where the Ferry and Marina connect land and sea.  Here, several key buildings will anchor and frame the precinct providing the ideal location for business, retail and hospitatility.

play - in an amazing environment

Pine Harbour is destined to become an idyllic playground for residents and visitors alike.  The Landing is the precincts social hub offering a unique village-like atmosphere with a central leafy boulevard, laneways, boardwalks, public places and quiet spaces, not to mention vibrant restaurants, bars and cafes.

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Spinnaker Bay

Spinnaker Bay lies on a headland between Beachlands Road and the seashore. The views take in the Gulf and the south-western side of Waiheke Island, while looking east you’ll see Cockle Bay and Turanga Creek.

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