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    Coming events and happenings in Omokoroa

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    With so many clubs and groups in Omokoroa there are always plenty of activities to get involved with.
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    Community Forum

    Have your say on things that matter

    Want to be involved in planning for the future of Omokoroa?

    Get involved with the forum (full names only please) and join the discussions about the things that matter to us living here on the Paradise Pensinsula.
    Join here.
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    Lizard News

    Lizard News

    Lizard News covers the area from the Wairoa River at Bethlehem to Lockington/Matahui Roads, including Aongatete, Apata, Omokoroa, Pahoia, Te Puna & Whakamarama.
    Read online here
    Aerial view of Omokoroa

    Accounts to Zips

    Omokoroa has it all


    Just about any service you require is available here on the paradise Peninsula.
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    Planned Tauranga

    Northern Link

    Watch the flyover

    Click on the link below to watch a two minute simulated flyover of the proposed new Tauranga Northern Link.
    Watch the video here...
    Walkway flyover

    Planned Cycleway/Walkway

    Tauranga to Omokoroa

    Watch the flyover

    Click on the link below to watch an 18 minute drone flyover along the new walkway link.
    Watch the video here...
    Map of the bird walk and information board locations

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    Omokoroa Bird Walk

    Omokoroa Bird Walk

    When walking around the beautiful perimeter of the Omokoroa Peninsula, look out for the signs on the Bird Walk
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    Get Ready

    For any emergency

    Be Prepared

    Are you ready?

    Do you know what the Community Response Plan is for Omokoroa?
    Are you personally prepared for the unexpected?
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Omokoroa (pop 2547; 2014 census) is a settlement with extraordinary community spirit.

Omokoroa translated as the 'place of the long lizard' is an apt description of the peninsula which stretches from SH2 into the Tauranga Harbour.

Being just twenty minutes drive from Tauranga city and a mix of urban and orchards, it is a desirable place to live.

Amenities include the well respected Omokoroa Point School, a newly built medical complex, public library, cafes and shopping facilities. Residents fish or launch from the jetty, kayak, swim safely or enjoy the sporting facilities of a golf club, boat club, tennis club and field sports from the Western Avenue playing fields.

Try the bird trail walk with magnificent estuary and Kaimai views.

Enjoy your visit - you may never want to leave our paradise.

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