WELCOME TO WAIOTAHE DUNES, PRIME BEACHFRONT SECTIONS...FOR THE RIGHT PRICE

Invest into your family’s future today, and create that beach side bach they’ll be coming home to for life

Waiotahe Dunes offers prime beachfront land in one of New Zealand’s most beloved holiday spots. Following on from the successful Waiotahe Drifts Development at Waiotahe Beach Estates, The Dunes will be a notch above with some common facilities and of course, the same great surf beach.

Longing for a return to the kiwi bach of yesteryear? A family friendly haven away from the hustle and bustle from which to spend long summer days swimming, fishing, lazing in the sun and having the neighbours over for a barbie? Waiotahe Dunes Beach Estates offer all this and more. Affordable beachside land with community conducive covenants is available now from $175,000.

If you want to buy in Mount Maunganui, Papamoa or Ohope, you’ve got to check the Dunes at Waiotahi out first!

A true kiwi bach is beloved and returned to again and again by generations of family. With the Foreshore and Seabed Act in place, it’s now harder than ever for the average family to be able to realise this once so inherent part of the New Zealand lifestyle. Equinox is ecstatic to be able to provide this very rare opportunity to buy into such a significant part of kiwi life, for such an achievable price tag.

By buying here you open up your family’s future, creating moments which will be recalled, beloved and returned to for generations to come.

Contact our Equinox sales people to make an appointment and for more information about Waiotahe Dunes, including pricing for these fanstastic beachfront lots of land.

Contact info@equinoxgroup.co.nz for more information

42 sections available - First Stage – 9 pure beach front, 12 one row back from the sea

Unique holiday homes made with high quality beautiful facades

Future council plans for beach front cycle path and boardwalk

Low or no fences will allow that unique kiwi bach feeling and great neighbourhood interaction

The Dunes at Waiotahe will be landscaped with a heavy emphasis on plants endemic to the region