The name says it all! The place where it almost feels like summer all year round. From Silverdale up to Waiwera and from the Gulf Harbour to the Whangaparoa Peninsula, Hibiscus coast boasts its stunning scenery with the display of its sandy beaches stretching from coast to coast. With a population of 52,400 and evermore growing, people living here or “Coasties” as they are tagged, not only enjoy the water activities such as fishing, kayaking and surfing to name a few, but also the laidback lifestyle that Hibiscus coast has to offer. Despite all of the mentioned, this does not limit Hibiscus coast to just being known for its picturesque beaches. World class golf courses and even an indoor snowboarding facility are also located in this area. In addition to that there are two known regional parks with great walking tracks leading to splendid panoramic views of the Auckland city skyline and Hauraki Gulf Islands. Whether it’s the start or end of the day you can find delectable food along the rows of café’s and shops in the heart of Hibiscus coast. With all of that combined Hibiscus coast is definitely one of the hotspots in the property market racking up a total of 368 Houses sold just in the quarter of March 2019 and an increase of House prices form $875k in 2017 to a whopping $1.23M by early 2021.
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