The Whitianga Hotel is the place to be entertained. From live sport to comedy to New Years Eve party's like no other, the Whitianga Hotel has it all. There is a great range of drinks, something for everyone on the Kitchen menu, and something on every night of the week and if you're keen for a little flutter, the bar also has 18 gaming machines for your entertainment.
Forget the real world for a day and come relax, rejuvenate and let yourself be pampered in style. Discover a special paradise of therapeutic natural thermal spring pools with poolside service. Enjoy delicious Pacifica cuisine at our onsite Restaurant, and pamper yourself with massage therapies & beauty treatments at The Lost Spring Day Spa. Relax and enjoy.
The unique residential waterfront living enables section owners to berth the boat upon private jetty's mere meters from the front door. The Waterways demonstrates an unequaled lifestyle with all the recreational attractions on offer; fishing, diving, surfing, walking, golf or just sitting back and relaxing. You can’t go past the main attribute to living on the waterways; the ability with ease and access to launch your boat and cruise out to explore Mercury Bay.
Rachael & Julian and their qualified team are experienced to assist you with all of your interior décor needs. Specialists in paint & wallpaper, carpet, vinyl, timber & tiles, curtains & blinds through to soft furnishings and home décor. Our product mix enables you to create your total décor solutions in one store. Drop in to our inspirational showroom and talk with our friendly team or phone for an appointment. Trust GB Whitianga – the decorating specialists.
As your local supermarket we aim to bring you the very best in shopping experiences with friendly service, local products, great value and a helping hand when you need one. We always look at ways to improve the store so if you have any suggestions, comments or ideas be sure to let us know.
The Mercury Bay Informer is the weekly community newspaper covering the Mercury Bay area, as well as Coromandel Town and Tairua. The paper has a print run of 7,200 copies and is distributed throughout the Coromandel Peninsula. In addition to placing a heavy emphasis on quality editorial, the paper is supporting the local community through a series of sponsorships, including the Mercury Bay Art Escape, the Repco Beach Hop, the Whitianga Half Marathon, the Whitianga Town Garage Sale, Mercury Bay rugby (both senior rugby and the Mercury Bay Area School First XV), the Whitianga Scallop Festival, Mercury Bay Area School and Whenuakite School The paper has also initiated what may become New Zealand’s biggest sand sculpture competition next year, to be held at Cooks Beach on 25 January.
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