Harbourside Urban Apartment Living

Port Nikau offers a unique opportunity to enjoy waterfront apartment living, looking over the stunning Whangārei Harbour, in the city's newest urban community.

Stunning Harbourside Living

The waterfront apartments at Port Nikau will enjoy a prime location, overlooking the stunning Whangārei Harbour and superyacht marina at Eastpoint Road, within easy walking distance of the Port Nikau town centre and everyday amenities.

The first waterfront development is at concept stage, providing 18 apartments being designed and developed.

Walking and Cycle Paths

Waterfront walking and cycle trails feature along four kilometres of coastline, as well as an easy commute to the CBD and Town Basin.

Tide Restaurant

First class dining is already available at Port Nikau, sitting out over the water in the historic Tide Gauge Building in Tide Restaurant.


A modern 120-vessel marina, being built in 2022/23 is located close to the Town Centre and directly opposite the waterfront apartments.

Register your Interest

Get in early and register your interest in our waterfront apartments, due for construction in 2024. With just 18 apartments in this prime location, demand is expected to be high.

Please submit your details and one of our team will be touch with further information.

Port Nikau News

Stunning waterfront opportunity in Whangārei

January 18, 2022

Stunning waterfront commerical opportunities in Whangarei

We are excited to announce the first sections of the wider Port Nikau development is now available for purchase. Waterfront commercial opportunities like this are rarely seen on this scale on the open market with three freehold titles totalling 29,476sqm on Port Road, Whangārei – a stunning location close to Whangarei’s CBD and State Highway …

December 23, 2021

Port Nikau Masterplan with Construkt

Urban planning company Construkt has partnered with Reyburn & Bryant to perfect and produce a Masterplan for the new Port Nikau development, which the Whangārei District Council has given the go-ahead. The plan will eventually provide over 1,200 homes adjacent to a harbour-side town centre, in the 67ha of former port land to create genuine …

December 7, 2021

The future of the New Zealand marine industry

With the arrival of Covid into New Zealand in 2020, the marine industry prepared for choppy waters ahead and a decrease in demand. However, the opposite occurred, with boat sales soaring as lockdown restrictions were lifted. Demand and prices continue to climb as we head into summer 2021. While there is no official data for …