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At Coast Papamoa Beach we are all about helping you discover the lifestyle you have always wanted – bringing a new, healthier, brighter approach to life.

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One of the best places to live in New Zealand.

Located along the spectacular Mount Maunganui coastline within the burgeoning city of Tauranga, Coast Papamoa Beach – a 24-hectare development – offers the opportunity to work and play every day in one of New Zealand’s most idyllic spots. 

On the cusp of Mount Maunganui and Papamoa, and a stones throw from the beach, a short drive will have you in the heart of Mount Maunganui or Papamoa, close to vibrant shops, cafes, schools and surf life saving club. 

In one of New Zealand’s fastest-growing centres work opportunities and leisure go hand-in-hand because you’ll find them both in abundance. 

Once settled, the spectacular Pacific Ocean and miles of golden sands will greet you every morning, welcoming in endless opportunities and daily activities. World-class watersports, an irresistible café culture or a walk up the iconic Mount Maunganui – the choice is yours. 

The benefits of living at Coast Papamoa Beach will mean something different to everyone. Whatever your pace of life, be it active, social or peaceful, living at Coast Papamoa Beach gives you the opportunity to live life to the fullest. 


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Coast Papamoa Beach is experiencing extraordinary demand for sections with many of the latest releases all sold.

But that doesn’t mean you cant become part of the Coast Papamoa Beach community. Be in quick to view and secure your plot on the last available land close to the Mount.


Coast Papamoa Beach has a range of home building providers operating within the development.

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Helping you discover the lifestyle you have always wanted.

Coast Papamoa Beach is a picturesque residential housing development offering low-maintenance sites ideal for people who enjoy entertaining in all seasons and making use of the lifestyle opportunities available to Papamoa residents at their back door.


To preserve the high standards and beauty of the development, all homes and landscaping must adhere to the Coast Papamoa Beach Design and Siting Guidelines. 

The guidelines, which are faithful to the unique coastal environment and quality of the development, ensure your investment is protected for the future. 

While there is plenty of room to accommodate individual tastes, the guidelines mean that each and every home is part of a cohesive whole, creating a sense of unity that binds not only the homes, but also the community. 


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  • Overnight efforts secure highly sought after sections

    Sleeping bags and pillows made a surprise appearance at the Coast Papamoa Beach sales pavilion ahead of our first ever land release directly to the public.

    Ahead of the exclusive launch five prospective home owners camped out overnight for a shot at securing one of 15 sections, starting from $270,000. By the time the doors opened at 10am the next morning, this had swelled to 13 groups of people.

    Their efforts were recognised in front-page coverage in the Bay of Plenty Times newspaper, which profiled soon-to-be residents Kevin and Laura Green. 

    “It was amazing to have people queuing that early, which just shows how significant the need is for the availability of suitably priced land is in this city. The keen demand for land in this coastal neighbourhood is why we opened up these sections exclusively to the public,” says Frasers Property development manager Kranish Reddy.

    For those disappointed in missing out, this is the first of a number of public releases we will be will be hosting in 2016. 

    For more information call into our sales pavilion at 88 Coast Boulevard to see how the life you have always dreamed of can become a reality at Coast Papamoa Beach.

  • Dining at its best in the Domain

    At Coast Papamoa Beach we love being part of the community and supporting locally owned and operated events. 

    Which is why this summer we are one of the proud, primary sponsors of Dinner in the Domain, a weekly artisan food market held on the Papamoa beachfront.

    Nestled under the towering Norfolk Pines at Papamoa Beach Domain, Dinner in the Domain showcases the best that the Bay of Plenty has to offer in terms of street food vendors, craft beer and music. 

    It’s the perfect way to unwind on a balmy summer’s evening. Dinner in the Domain is held every Thursday from 5.30pm until 9pm until March 26th.

  • Anticipation builds for highly sought after sections

    Coast Papamoa Beach is the place to be at the moment with tremendous interest and demand for our sections – which is why we have decided to announce a second public land launch for later this month. 

    Moving closer to the beach, the launch will see five exclusive sections available in the Waves precinct. These will range between 420m2 and 730m2 in size with pricing to be confirmed soon. 

    With a spacious section and less than a 10-minute walk to the golden sands of Papamoa Beach how could you possibly go wrong?

    We are already fielding interest in these sections so it pays to be in quick. Either speak to our Sales Manager David McFetridge, 027 572 4421, or call into the sales pavilion at 88 Coast Boulevard, Papamoa.

  • Demand for coastal sections pushes prospective buyers to new heights

    The demand for land in Tauranga’s competitive market has prompted one prospective Papamoa buyer to camp out in his car for not one, but two nights, in order to secure the section of his dreams.

    This weekend Coast Papamoa Beach launched its fourth exclusive public land release of the year – releasing 19 bare sections aimed at families, retirees and investors.

    And as with the first two releases, interest came hours beforehand in the form of people camping out in their vehicles. However, one man took this a step further, camping out for two nights to be at the front of the queue.

    “We had a Papamoa man who sold his home about six months ago and has been renting since. He has had his eye on one section in particular and took the necessary lengths to ensure he secured it,” says Frasers Property development manager Kranish Reddy.

    “This just shows that people are doing whatever it takes to secure property, and these sales are indicative of a clear market for sections at Coast Papamoa Beach.”

    Latest REINZ figures show continued evidence of Auckland investors and first-home buyers spreading to other regions, including the Waikato and Bay of Plenty, causing very strong sales growth and price boosts. 

    In March, 386 houses sold in Tauranga, Mount Maunganui and Papamoa. That’s more than 12 houses a day and a 23.7 per cent year-on-year increase. It was the highest number of sales for the month of March in 11 years for the Bay of Plenty and Waikato.

    At the weekend’s launch a 613m2 section, which sold for $450,000, was one of 15 sections sold on the day. Sections were sold on a first in, first served basis ranging in price from $289,000 to $450,000.

    In order to secure one of the highly sought-after plots, potential buyers had to either be present or have a family representative at the launch, in order for the contract to be processed.  They were also encouraged to contact the sales team and review a draft copy of the contract prior to the launch day. 

    “Having 10 groups camping overnight shows that land at Coast Papamoa Beach is some of the most sought-after stock on the Bay market,” says Mr Reddy.

    “Prior to this launch, 86 sections had sold this year alone. Demand is as strong as ever. In fact, the past weekend was the busiest we’ve been.”

    While recent statistics show Aucklanders account for nearly 20 per cent of all sales in Tauranga during the first quarter of the year, Coast Papamoa Beach’s sales team is fielding calls from nationwide.

    “In the beginning the majority of interest came from the local region – Papamoa, Te Puke, Mount Maunganui and Tauranga.

    “We now have prospective buyers from Taupo, Wellington and Christchurch, while overseas interest is coming from Australia, the UK, Dubai and Austria.”

    With Tauranga being New Zealand’s fastest-growing lifestyle city, coastal locations like this are getting harder and harder to find. In fact, they are a rarity, says Mr Reddy.

    “This is one of the last remaining areas of bare land closest to Mount Maunganui so, naturally, demand is high.

    “Tauranga, and the Bay of Plenty, is the place to be at the moment, and it is exciting to be a part of this,” says Mr Reddy.  


  • Wave of building activity at Coast Papamoa Beach

    The lure of affordable beachside living is proving irresistible for young families, with one of Tauranga’s leading developments reporting an upsurge in sales to this demographic.

    This increase in activity from younger buyers is part of a wave of building activity in the city, with new dwelling consents increasing a huge 48 per cent in just 12 months.

    Recent figures from Statistics NZ and Infometrics' quarterly economic monitor show Bay of Plenty house building consents are now ranked second highest nationally. With more than 2,000 new sections already planned in Papamoa, this trend is not expected to slow. 

    These figures are being spurred on by one of Tauranga’s leading developments, Coast Papamoa Beach. In the year to date, the 24-hectare premium subdivision has seen 130 sections snapped up by prospective buyers, with an estimated 40 new homes currently under construction due for completion by the end of the year.

    Frasers Property Development Manager Kranish Reddy recognises that while most commentators would attribute this significant uptake to the current property climate, identifying the need to open up Coast Papamoa Beach to a wider market through more affordable housing options has its merits.

    “A year ago we had a small number of young families at Coast Papamoa Beach. Now we’re noticing a significant increase in this number and they are adding to the vibrancy and diversity of the development.

    “It’s great to see more families coming to Tauranga, helping rejuvenate the city with fresh vision and activity. This is helping Tauranga come of age and no longer be seen as the retirement city of New Zealand.”

    This year Coast Papamoa Beach launched two new precincts, with sections ranging in size from 300 to 700sqm and $220,000 to $400,000. And while these were well received by the public, it was the level of interest and sales from young families previously not able to afford the development that was surprising. 

    “These families are identifying that coastal locations like this are a rarity in today’s market and are capitalising on the chance to grow their family next to the beach,” adds Kranish.

    To accommodate this new and growing demographic, a ‘birds nest carousel’, standing 2.95m tall, is being added to the existing swings and steps at the development’s playground – Tipene Reserve on Gloucester Road – in close proximity to the new precincts.

    “Playgrounds really are colourful, open, hands-on classrooms that continue to provide tremendous learning opportunities to kids of all ages,” explains Kranish.

    “It is exciting times for the development, which is why we think this carousel will not only be a welcome addition to the park for those that call Coast Papamoa Beach home, but it will also increase community cohesiveness.”

    In just 18 months, Coast Papamoa Beach has undergone a significant transformation to become Tauranga’s most sought-after real estate.

    It has been a record year not only for sales but for interest too, with a number of enthusiastic buyers camped out overnight ahead of the exclusive land releases earlier this year – a first for Frasers Property.

    Kranish acknowledges the area is in an exciting growth phase, adding, “There is renewed economic confidence and optimism generally, and that is being reflected in Coast Papamoa Beach’s sales.”

  • Couple set up camp to realise decade-long beachfront dream

    For some, waiting months – or a few years – for their dream home is common.

    But one man’s decade-long wait for beachfront real estate in the Bay shows the scale of demand for premium living in one of New Zealand’s fastest growing regions.

    Whanganui’s David (who wishes not to publish his surname) is that rarity, having set his sights on a section in Coast Papamoa Beach’s fifth and final precinct, Beaches, for the last 10 years.

    Come midday Saturday, his previously distant dream could become a reality when the first exclusive beachfront land release of Beaches opens to the public.

    As an extra precaution to secure his preferred section, he has hired a Toyota Hiace van and is camping out, along with wife Belinda, at Coast Papamoa Beach’s sales pavilion from today. 

    “Belinda and I were up here going back 10 years and happened to see an advertisement in the newspaper. We immediately thought it would be perfect and wanted to be in there. It’s fair to say we have hung on to that dream for a number of years,” says the 57-year-old. 

    “We come here regularly and it’s just an awesome place with a perfect work-life balance. And there is something about the ocean, it is just peaceful. Plus, if you can secure a glimpse of that from your home, that’s extra special.”

    The initial release will see 11 sections of the 1.4ha shorefront community released to the public on a first in, first served basis. These will start from $650,000 for a 375sqm section.

    Developed by Frasers Property as part of the 24ha Coast Papamoa Beach beachside estate, the Beaches precinct will offer 23 exclusive sections, spaciously set around a private reserve 

    Positioned on the cusp of Mount Maunganui and Papamoa, this shorefront community has private beach access and commands sweeping views towards Mauao and beyond to Mayor Island.

    Each home owner will also own a one twenty-third share of the 1.2ha of rolling sand dunes immediately in front of the precinct as part of their title.

    The land directly to the left of the precinct is zoned as conservation land, which under the current Tauranga City Council City Plan cannot be developed on.

    Since hearing of the beachfront precinct at 1 Papamoa Beach Road, during the development’s inception, David has religiously documented its progress, keeping a scrapbook of media clippings throughout the years. 

    And just to be safe he has made the 364km trip from Whanganui once a year to check on updates and its proposed launch.

    “People think I’m mad holding on for so long, which is understandable,” says David. 

    “Ten years is a fair chunk of my life, but we held on to the dream because this is one of the last pieces of coastal land nationwide and in a part of New Zealand we believe is simply stunning.”

    Frasers Property development manager Kranish Reddy says there has been strong interest, both national and local – and dedication such as David’s, shows there is a real appetite for securing a piece of the ultimate Kiwi beachfront. 

    “For someone all the way from Whanganui to set their sight on a beachfront section at our development, even 10 years ago, shows the region’s widespread appeal and that people are constantly looking for a top-quality lifestyle in Tauranga.” 

    For more information visit www.coastpapamoabeach.co.nz/beaches

  • Camping expedition secures million-dollar beachfront dream

    Demand for prime beachfront land saw people camping out overnight and more than $4 million exchange hands in just two hours at an exclusive coastal land release in Papamoa.

    Beaches is the final and most premium precinct in the Coast Papamoa Beach development, owned by international developer Frasers Property. 

    “With beachfront sections like this becoming a rarity in New Zealand, we knew there was strong interest, but sales on the day exceeded all expectations,” says Frasers Property development manager Kranish Reddy.

    “This goes to show that the kiwi dream of owning a house by the beach is still very much alive.” 

    Amongst those vying for one of the 11 sections released on Saturday were David and his wife Belinda, who travelled from Whanganui, hiring a van so they could camp out on site and be at the head of the queue.

    It was the realisation of a decade-long dream for the couple, who have had their eyes on a slice of the beachfront land since seeing a newspaper advertisement for the development when they visited Mount Maunganui 10 years ago.

    “People think I’m mad holding on for so long, which is understandable,” says 57-year-old David, who has made the 364km trip once a year, documenting the development’s progress in a weighty scrapbook of media clippings.

    “Ten years is a fair chunk of my life, but we held on to the dream because this is one of the last pieces of coastal land nationwide and in a part of New Zealand we believe is simply stunning.”

    The Beaches release, which offers 23 exclusive sections spaciously set around a shared reserve, comes on the back of a successful 12 months for the 24-hectare Coast Papamoa Beach development where, since January, 145 sections have been sold.

    With sections starting at $650,000 for a 375sqm section, Beaches is positioned on the cusp of Mount Maunganui and Papamoa, boasting private beach access and sweeping views towards Mauao and beyond to Mayor Island.

    Each home owner will also own a one twenty-third share of the 1.2 hectares of rolling sand dunes immediately in front of the precinct as part of their title.

    The land directly to the North of the precinct is zoned as conservation land which, under the current Tauranga City Council City Plan, cannot be developed on.

    “There has been strong interest, both nationally and locally – and David’s dedication shows there is a real appetite for beachfront land,” says Mr Reddy.

    “For someone all the way from Whanganui to set their sight on a beachfront section at our development, even 10 years ago, shows there is a market of people who are looking for a slice of the kiwi dream and have the money to do so,” he says.

    The successful Beaches launch reaffirms Papamoa’s position as the fourth fastest-growing region in the country, as identified by Infometrics in its Regional Hotspots 2016 report released a week ago, which has Papamoa tipped to experience population growth of 74 per cent from 2013 and 2023.

    The sales also add to the latest Real Estate Institute figures highlighting the number of million-dollar homes sold in the Bay of Plenty region this year, which is at an all-time high.

    In 2016 alone the number of homes in Tauranga, Mount Maunganui and Papamoa selling for over one million dollars already stands at a record 239. In 2011, the number was just 48.

    For more information visit www.coastpapamoabeach.co.nz/beaches

  • Boutique retail precinct set to offer day-to-day convenience in early Papamoa

    Residents in one of Tauranga’s major growth hotspots will receive a much-needed dose of amenity, thanks to the development of a boutique retail precinct.

    Frasers Property has today announced the sale of a retail development site at the entrance of its Coast Papamoa Beach development, 1 Papamoa Beach Road. The retail centre site has been sold to Tauranga-based developer, Classic Developments Ltd (a subsidiary of the Classic Group Ltd which also includes Classic Builders and CBC Construction ltd).

    As a condition of this sale, Classic Developments ltd will now seek detail design consent and then begin securing leases for the retail centre. Frasers Property retains oversight of the overall look and feel of the retail centre, ensuring it is in keeping with the high architectural standard established at Coast Papamoa Beach.

    The multi-million dollar village-style retail development will include a boutique supermarket, café and restaurant/bar. 

    Frasers Property Development Manager Kranish Reddy says the retail development will become an exciting drawcard for current and future residents as there are currently no shops or services along the 5km strip of coast.

    There were 50 families already living within the development with a further 200+ families expected to move into the development in the next 12 months as the development nears completion, adds Mr Reddy. 

    “The retail precinct is part of the subdivision's approved master plan and is designed to service the whole area of Papamoa between Bayfair and Papamoa Plaza, a suburb which has undegone significant population growth in the last 18 months.

    “There is already talk throughout both the development and the community about what this will bring, and the chance to establish what could become their ‘local’. People are excited and can’t wait to see it begin to take shape.” 

    Mr Reddy adds this announcement is the perfect solution to recent concerns that amenities in the growing suburb are being pushed to the limit.

    By December 2016, Papamoa was ranked among New Zealand's top population hotspots in the Regional Hotspots Report by Infometrics.

    The data collection and analysis company has predicted that Papamoa's population would have grown by 74 per cent in the decade ending 2023, making it one of the country's top future population growth areas.

    In addition, Tauranga recently took Dunedin’s spot as the country’s fifth largest city (based on population estimates by Statistics New Zealand).

    Mr Reddy says Classic Development’s enthusiasm and commitment to the project reinforces the need for a shopping centre to service the local catchment, with day-to-day convenience retailing and commercial service needs.

    “Papamoa is a growing, thriving area, which has been particularly evident in the last 18 months thanks to the city’s property boom, reinforcing the need for this centre.”

    “We are thrilled to be working with Classic Developments ltd and adding such an essential asset to the wider community.”


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