Pokeno Village offers the discerning home owner the perfect combination of big city breathing space and garden-style, countryside lifestyle. Set within the modern, safe precincts of a 250 hectare master-planned community with access to nearby sports fields and a rapidly growing 80 hectare business park, Pokeno Village is situated at the exciting crossroads of a major growth area.
With close travel distances to Pukekohe’s specialty shopping and just 32 kilometres to Manukau City Centre, or a further 20 kilometres to the Auckland CBD, Pokeno Village offers an modern urban lifestyle with relaxed countryside amenities such as local vineyards, farmers markets, friendly restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as having the Coromandel peninsula, the bush clad Hunua ranges and black sand beaches of the West Coast on your doorstep.
SCHOOLS - Pokeno Primary School caters for children’s school years 1through to 8, covering pre-school, primary and intermediate age and has a current school roll of approximately 170 students. 10 minutes away in Pukekohe there are the further options of Pukekohe High School, Pukekohe Intermediate, St Joseph’s School, while the respected Strathallan Private College in Karaka is also a popular choice.
TRANSPORT - MAXX commuter trains and Stagecoach bus services run from Pukekohe to central Auckland. There is the choice of 3 Golf Courses at Maramarua, Onewhero and Pukekohe. The Pukekohe Raceway, plus Hampton Downs Racetrack are just some of the amazing facilities nearby. There is also Franklin Zoo and Wildlife Sanctuary and the Franklin Showgounds.
LESUIRE -The Coromandel Peninsula is easily accessible from Pokeno via State Highway 2, making popular destinations such as Pauanui, Matarangi, Whitianga and the Miranda Hot Springs an easy day trip. There are also number of local, black sand beaches that offer excellent swimming and fishing opportunities as well as the famous rugged coastlines of the Waikato Heads.
Pokeno is also close driving distance to the beautiful bush clad Hunua Ranges with its 17,000 hectares of walking, camping, bike tracks and picnicking opportunities . The Matakawau Bush Reserve Walkway is a nearby popular hiking destination, offering a half hour walk with over 60 native tree species and stunning views.