Whangarei is the northernmost city in New Zealand and the regional capital of Northland.
Whangarei, New Zealand's northern-most city enjoys a sub-tropical climate with warm summers and mild winters. The wider district has a total
land area of 2,855 square kilometres and 270 kilometres of coastline. The total population is approximate 87,700.
With spectacular beaches and walks, swim, dive, kayak or build a sandcastle. Enjoy great coffee and food, swing a golf club, cast a fishing
line, shop at boutique markets and visit gorgeous galleries and fascinating museums.
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Like most of the country, Whangarei is experiencing a low number of properties listed for sale and a high number of active purchasers. The
stats I have seen do not give any hope that this is going to change in the short term.
Whangarei preparing for significant growth. Council proposing to permit high-density housing and a large number of projects are in the
planning stages for Whangarei. Yields remain solid as rental shortage persists.