Marsden Cove is different from any other development as each waterfront section enables residents with adjoining private jetties to berth or launch vessels mere metres from their front door step, and within minutes pursue boating activities in the Harbour and beyond.
The canals clean, fresh and salty waters are a popular and enjoyable domain for an assortment of water activities such as swimming, kayaking, stand up boarding, and many more. The public man-made beaches in the Development are often busy with families as they make the most of the sunshine and warm water.
Lock & Weir
Marsden Cove is also home to New Zealand’s largest sophisticated Lock & Weir system to create a unique and exclusive waterfront environment in the second and future stages. Essentially lots fronting the locked canal stages have the added benefit of an everlasting high tide. Watch the video footage below and see how easy and convenient it is to enter the further canal network through the lock.
Marsden Cove Facilities
Marsden Cove has a bustling waterfront retail area equipped with a café, hair and beauty salon, general store, marine services, real estate agencies and fishing club. The Marsden Cove Fishing Club creates a buzz as an array of game fish are weighed upon the gantry during the summer months. New Zealand’s largest annual fishing competition The Century Batteries Beach & Boat is held in Marsden Cove’s event Marquee found right on the water’s edge.
Marsden Cove is located in the heart of Northland’s fastest growing region making it perfect for the whole family, especially for those boating enthusiasts that love fishing, diving and cruising.
Boaties don’t have to travel too far to reach bountiful fishing, game fishing and diving grounds, all within a short distance. The Whangarei Harbour has been known for its fantastic fishing as well as further out to the Hen and Chicken Islands. Further up the coast is a divers dream at the magnificent Poor Knights Marine Reserve.
There are also many beautiful white sandy beaches ready for exploring along the Tutukaka coast and Bream Bay area. A short drive south will take you to the vast and beautiful white sandy beach of Ruakaka, and a little further south will lead you to the historic and quaint village of Waipu.
The city of Whangarei is only a 25 minute drive north, where there is an abundance of supermarkets, eateries, clothing retail, marine service, hospital and much more.