59A Western Avenue, Ōmokoroa
Ātaahua Estate is approximately 25 kilometers from Tauranga airport or 2.5 hours drive from Auckland. Limousine services are available on request. You could always land your helicopter on the front lawn after enjoying the birds eye view of what the Bay of Plenty has to offer and then revel in your own private Tauranga resort.
The Bay of Plenty is a thriving New Zealand region known for its coastal beauty, native bush-covered ranges and world class golden beaches. Ātaahua Estate is a beautiful base from which to enjoy it – it is the ultimate in design, quality, luxury and comfort and offers you a sanctuary like no other in Aotearoa.
We are close to Mount Maunganui, or Mauao, commonly known by locals as The Mount. Mauao is an extinct volcanic cone at the end of a peninsula and the town of Mount Maunganui which offers the most amazing views of Tauranga. After a hike back down, you can spend the afternoon lazing on Mt Maunganui Beach.
Ātaahua Lodge would be the perfect alternative to any luxury Mount Maunganui or the wider Bay of Plenty accommodation, we have more room for you and your family to stretch out and spaces oozing sumptuous perfection.
Within driving distance to Tauranga is The Coromandel - a region renowned for its beaches and misty forests. The Coromandel is everything that a big city isn’t. While staying with us, do a day trip to explore Cathedral Cove or the Hot Water Beach for those Insta worthy snaps.
Is a traditional Maori experience what you are after? Then head over to Rotorua and Taupo, which are also within an hour’s drive to us. Rotorua is renowned for its geothermal activity and Maori culture. In Te Puia’s Whakarewarewa Valley, there are bubbling mud pools and the 30m-tall Pohutu Geyser, which erupts many times daily. It’s also home to a living Maori village and the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute, with traditional woodcarving and weaving schools.
Set on a peninsula, Mount Maunganui is a laid-back suburb known for the extinct Mount Maunganui volcano, a sacred Maori site with ocean-view hiking trails. Long, sandy Main Beach is popular for its surf breaks, while Pilot Bay Beach has calm waters for paddle boarding.
Te Whanganui-A-Hei (Cathedral Cove) Marine Reserve is in the southern part of Mercury Bay on the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand. On the coast of the mainland it runs from Cook Bluff in the north-west to the northern end of Hahei Beach in the south-east. Its offshore extremes run from Motukorure Island through Waikaranga Island to Okorotere Island and the northern end of Mahurangi Island (Goat Island). It covers an area of 840 hectares (2,100 acres).
Within two hours either side of low tide, it is possible to dig into the sand allowing hot water to escape to the surface forming a hot water pool. The water, with a temperature as hot as 64 °C (147 °F), filters up from two underground fissures located close to each other.
Rotorua, a town set on its namesake lake on New Zealand's North Island, is renowned for its geothermal activity and Maori culture. In Te Puia’s Whakarewarewa Valley, there are bubbling mud pools and the 30m-tall Pohutu Geyser, which erupts many times daily.
Waihi is a town in Hauraki District in the North Island of New Zealand, especially notable for its history as a gold mine town. The town is at the foot of the Coromandel Peninsula, close to the western end of the Bay of Plenty
Matamata is a town in the shadow of the Kaimai Range Mountains, on New Zealand’s North Island. Southwest of town, the Hobbiton Movie Set was created for Peter Jackson’s “Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit” films. To the northeast, a trail leads to Wairere Falls, with views over the Waikato Plains.
“This is an absolutely beautiful holiday home. Plenty of room for a large number of people to stay. Well worth the money. Would highly recommend staying here.”