Rolling hills, sparkling clear waters and pristine white sand undoubtedly mark Wharekaho as a genuine slice of paradise. Yet, just ten minutes drive away is the neighbouring township of Whitianga, offering restaurants, cafes, thermal activities and marine reserves. The Coromandel Peninsula offers endless possibilities for the adventurous, including a spectacular golf course in Matarangi, natural springs at Hot Water Beach and world-class snorkelling at Cathedral Cove.
A haven for all ages
Wharekaho offers something for everyone — a pristine white-sand swimming beach, world-renowned fishing spots, meandering boardwalks and trails, and a breath taking array of magnificent sunrises kick-start your day.
A sustainable approach
The master plan prioritises the re-introduction of the indigenous plant species once found in the area. Boardwalks, trails and a timber jetty connect the community and encourage a naturally active lifestyle.
Over a third of Wharekaho's 29.3 hectares will comprise protected bush and wetlands. The remaining land is divided into 111 generous, north-facing sections that boast sun and sea views and proximity to attractive boardwalks and wildlife.
Explicit design guidelines ensure architectural integrity that acknowledges the surrounding land and respects the importance of privacy, views and neighbourhood aesthetics.