Here we feature some of the reasons that make Tauranga such an attractive destination for families and businesses to relocate to.
WISH YOU WERE WORKING HERE
So, here you are…wondering if it’s time for a change. Dreaming of the laid-back Bay of Plenty lifestyle, the stunning beaches, the glorious sunshine, the chance to pop round to your Mum’s for dinner, or to have a cuppa and a tim-tam with your Gran. More…
EVENTFINDA – UPCOMING EVENTS IN TAURANGA
Check Eventfinda for details of all the latest events and activities happening here: www.eventfinder.co.nz/whatson/events/tauranga
THE TAURANGA BUSINESS CASE
Tauranga is a great place to work and play. Many people move here for the active recreational lifestyle that this vibrant coastal city offers. Living here offers the benefits of a major city with beaches, cafés, restaurants and a range of sports and entertainment choices. At the same time, it has a relaxed feel – the daily commute just takes minutes, which means you can enjoy more time with friends and family or go for a surf after work.
The city centre offers a vibrant mix of residential areas, commercial and retail precincts, and cultural facilities. The business vibe throughout the week is replaced with a relaxed atmosphere on the weekend – there are markets and galleries to stroll through, families relax with the kids after saturday morning sport with fish and chips at the waterfront, and friends catch up at any of the cafes, wine bars and restaurants.
Outside of Tauranga city, there are a number of places to live and each town has its own unique character and feel. You could live in the mural town of Katikati with its arty feel, be near to the top fishing spot of Omokoroa or settle in the Te Puna countryside. Homes are competitively priced compared to the main metropolitan centres across New Zealand. More…
TECT ALL TERRAIN PARK
Imagine a giant outdoor adventure park where you can create your own dream playground…More…
BEST OF TAURANGA SHOPPING
The district has a growing array of art and cultural attractions and a programme of top-class events, and indulgence for everyone —from seaside cafés, wineries, funky bars and restaurants of every kind, plus plenty of specialty stores to keep you shopping till you drop. More…
The Bay of Plenty has few serious challengers to the unofficial title of New Zealand’s beach-going capital – with a glorious coastline that stretches for hundreds of kilometres from Waihi Beach in the north, to the southernmost point of the region. More…
RESTAURANTS & EATING OUT
The New Zealand Restaurant Guide – Eatout.co.nz, has a good summary of some of Tauranga’s dining establishments: www.eatout.co.nz/Tauranga/Restaurants.
One of the most popular activities among locals is to take a walk around The Mount, then stop for a coffee or breakfast at one of the many cafes that line the beachfront.
DOWNTOWN THE MOUNT
The main street of Mount Maunganui is the prime shopping and dining hub, more affectionately known as ‘Downtown the Mount’ … our vibrant strip is a shoppers dream, from exquisite boutique stores through to charming gift and souvenir shops, fabulous fashion, funky footwear, and everything in between. You won’t find any malls or department stores, just individual shops, mostly locally owned and operated, giving this superb street an extra special vibe. More…