A sunny, welcoming place to shop, meet for coffee, entertain the kids, enjoy the fresh air or get involved in community activities.
For easy, all-tide access so you can go rowing, paddling or fishing with the kids while enjoying the unique environment of the Manukau Harbour's Pahurehure Inlet.
A fun way to keep fit with easy-to-use equipment permanently located in Auranga's great outdoors.
A sunny, north facing headland perfect for family picnics, a fun game of cricket or lying back and enjoying a book.
Large open space with a small stream, plenty of trees to provide shade and attractive rain gardens to improve the quality of water flowing into the estuary.
A slow-flowing, tidal stream with a variety of native and eco-sourced plants on its banks providing the perfect habitat for fish and birds.
Handy to the village centre shops, the central playground is a safe, exciting environment where the kids can play and let off steam.
From the ground up, Auranga has been carefully planned to make sure even the smallest things play a role in the bigger picture - building a community with heart.
And because community is what we care about, we've gone the extra mile to make sure Auranga is as much about bringing people together as it is about bricks and mortar.
Auranga will be a purpose-built community where people’s everyday needs are met within an easy walk from home.
So it's no coincidence that our roads will conveniently lead to the village centre with its sunny square, playground and shops, attractive open spaces and the water's edge.
And it will be no surprise that Auranga exceeds the usual requirements by including walkable, bike-able streets with lush landscaping - not a sea of asphalt.
Consisting of an 84.6ha Special Housing Area and a further 83ha recently approved by Auckland Council in a private plan change (part operative), Auranga is currently working towards providing 2,650 dwellings.
The long-term plan is to also provide a town centre, public transport including trains and buses, a community civic centre, retirement village and schools as well as commercial and retail precincts.
"What matters most in life is meaningful connection"