A place above the rest
A place above the rest

Kahawai Point

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Nothing stirs the soul like the view of a pristine coastal river. The tide ebbs and flows. The mind drifts away to the promise of new horizons. We think you’ll agree it is a vision fully realised, a place truly above the rest, an inspired coastal community being created by KPDL at Kahawai Point, Glenbrook. Located approximately an hour’s drive south of Auckland’s CBD, Kahawai Point is both a connected place and a place to unwind.

A Vision Realised
A Vision Realised

Past, present, future – perfect harmony

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Motivated by a treasured past and unbounded natural beauty, Kahawai Point, promises the very best in coastal riverside residential living.

This place is inspired by one man’s vision – Ngati Te Ata’s, Tahuna Minhinnick. He saw Kahawai Point as a very special place. One where he could create an engaged community.

A place that respects both the site’s past, the existing community, the links to the local iwi and incorporates the aspirations of Ngati Te Ata and the Te Aranga design principles.

Sadly, Tahuna did not live to see his vision realised. The challenge, dedication, perseverance of many to progress his vision has not faltered. That is to create more than a coastal village, it is to create a sustainable community – a legacy, a place above the rest.

A Coastal Haven
A Coastal Haven

Private spaces, personal destinations

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Kahawai Point is southern Auckland’s jewel in the crown. Being built by some of Auckland’s finest builders, it is located at the junction of the stunning Taihiki and Waiuku Rivers. It offers a very safe coastal rural haven away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Auckland.

Located 15 minutes drive from Waiuku and 20 minutes from Pukekohe, KPDL’s Masterplan emphasises space as a key to preserving the stunning natural scenery.

With 65ha of classic coastal landscape, the sheltered coves of the beautiful Taihiki River will be enjoyed through a 10km coastal walk. The walk follows the foreshore meandering through stands of 100-year-old Pohutukawa trees and destination places like the Pohutukawa Point neighbourhood park. This prominent park sits on a small headland and is the site for Kahawai Point’s stunning Hei Matau artwork.

KPDL is committed to conserving land zones of beautiful coastal land for future generations. Dedicated mature vegetated land fingers jut out into the Taihiki River to support healthy waters flowing into local tributaries and ultimately Manukau Harbour.

The Kahawai Point Masterplan is designed to sensitively embrace around 800 coastal homes across a number of residential development stages. To date, KPDL has sold out all available land in stages 1-3 with stage 4 (released in Spring 2021) achieving 50% of sales in the first 2 weeks.

Kahawai Point’s coastal homesites range in size from 300sqm to 840sqm allowing for a range of one and two storey homes. Currently, multiple builders are active at Kahawai Point including – GJ Gardner Homes, Jennian Homes, Stonewood Homes, Navigation Homes, Stroud Homes and Signature Homes.

Today, Kahawai Point has a thriving community of around 300 people on its way to a projected population in the next ten years of approximately 2,400 people.

The growth over the last couple of years has been phenomenal as locals and Aucklanders alike seek a ‘sea change’ to a new connected place within a flourishing like-minded community.

Check out our interactive map to see which home sites are still available and make your coastal lifestyle dream a reality!

Inspiration and recreation in a fusion of life
Inspiration and recreation in a fusion of life

Inspiration and recreation in a fusion of life

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Kahawai Point is a magical place for neighbours and friends. The area itself is a place to be explored and enjoyed with a stunning stretch of coastline offering numerous diversions.

On Manukau Harbour or on the Waiuku or Taihiki Rivers indulge in your love for boating, swimming, kayaking, fishing, walking, photography or painting, or simply sharing a view.

A place to unwind
A place to unwind

Proposed Kahawai Point Marine Centre

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Takere Hau Ora O Nga Waka (landing berths of the hulls of all types of Waka)

The proposed Kahawai Point Marine Centre, sitting in a beautiful, sheltered cove on the Taihiki River, will offer full marine facilities for boating and fishing enthusiasts.

Coastguard New Zealand has expressed interest in operating a base out of the proposed centre in the future. Currently, locals enjoy direct access to boat launching at the Glenbrook Boat Ramp located beside the Glenbrook Beach Community Hall.

KPDL’s proposal, currently in concept design, will see a stunning facility developed offering:

  • Members launching and marine fuel facility
  • All tide, all-weather launch, and retrieve
  • New Waka facility for multiple age groups
  • Public and members parking area
  • Connections to the coastal walkway
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