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Gulf Harbour is a development some 4 km from the end of the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, towards the northern end of AucklandNew Zealand. It has one of the country’s largestmarinas, one of the country’s top golf courses, and is regarded as a retreat for Auckland’s well-off. The site is also known as Hobbs Bay, and was sold in the early seventies by landowners, the Hobbs family, who still retain some of the coastal area including the Hobbs Bay beach. In contrast, nearby Army Bay features middle-class housing.

The population was 1,899 in the 2006 Census, an increase of 1,014 from 2001.[1] A reputation as a rich people’s residence is borne out by Statistics New Zealand data which shows it as the Auckland suburb with the highest median income, at NZ$60,000.[2]

ferry service operates between Gulf Harbour and downtown Auckland. The Auckland Regional Council plans to increase the ferry service in 2009.[3]



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The Hibiscus Coast is a stretch of the Hauraki Gulf coast located in New Zealand’s Rodney District, 20 minutes north of North Shore City by car. It contains the northernmost part of the Auckland metropolitan area. The Hibiscus Coast runs north from the Whangaparaoa Peninsula towards Kawau Island. It is made up of several small suburban residential and commercial areas such as Stanmore Bay, Arkles Bay, Army Bay, Little Manly, Big Manly, Red Beach, Gulf Harbour, Silverdale, Stillwater, Waiwera and Puhoi, but the main town in the area is Orewa.The Rivers, Beaches, Nature, Culture & Sports are cornerstones of our community. This region is an outdoor lover’s paradise so don’t miss out a kayak trip when you are here…Feel welcome to leave any comments or contact us for further information!


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