Welcome!

Onemana – its name aptly describes this coastal, modern, well-kept seaside village located on the Coromandel Peninsula’s eastern coastline. Positioned in a beautiful setting offering the best of all worlds – a friendly unhurried village lifestyle with easy access to all the amenities of nearby Whangamata  – Onemana is a hidden gem. Located three kilometres off SH25, our community is nestled in a natural amphitheatre  facing the sea between Whangamata and Pauanui.

The Onemana Residents and Community Association welcomes its members, residents and visitors to our website. Information regarding our community can be found on the website along with contact information should it be required. Just drop in to our website or to our community – you will always be welcome.

From the Residents of Onemana

 

 

 

Hi Everyone

As your community organisation, ORCA is offering the following assistance during the coming Level Four countrywide lockdown. We want to ensure that everyone residing at Onemana over the period is safe and well supported. Living amongst our community is a number of people with specialist skills and
knowledge that if required, can provide necessary assistance. Therefore if you need ANY support or assistance, and we stress ANY, then we have a single of point of contact you can use. Simply either telephone or text 0274 839 426 or you can email

johnfreer07@gmail.com.

Your request for assistance will be responded to and then passed on to one of your ORCA Committee members to action. Whether you simply require someone to talk to, you would like some shopping collected, the cat is stuck up a tree or whatever – please do not hesitate to make contact. Also if you are
aware of someone who is maybe vulnerable, then please let us know and make contact with that person.
Level 4 is very clear – we have to stay home and only mix with those of our own household. Walks and exercising can be undertaken but the two-metre rule must be applied when coming in contact with others who maybe out doing the same thing.
We do have people within our community providing essential services so you will see these neighbours coming and going over the lockdown period. Also if anyone outside of our Committee can offer any
assistance, we would love to hear from you to. And if anyone has any good ideas or activities to help pass the time during this period we would be happy to share those.
Our final message – our community comprises of many elderly residents and this is the section that is at greatest risk. So please take care, think of yours own safety, that of your family and your wider community. Remember for any assistance at all please give us a call or make contact. We look forward
to beating this and returning to normality at the earliest opportunity.
Your ORCA Committee.

Covid – 19 Information and updates.

Current situation
New Zealand has 155 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19. For a summary of the current status see our latest media release (24 March). More information is available on our current cases page. With continued vigilance the chance of widespread community outbreak is expected to remain low.
There are currently restrictions on who can enter New Zealand. Travellers who have arrived in New Zealand within the last 14 days are being asked to self-isolate. See Self-isolation to find out more. You can register for self-isolation online.
If you have been overseas within the last 14 days and develop a fever, cough or shortness of breath, call Healthline on 0800 358 5453.
New Zealand is currently at Alert Level 3 – Restrict Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern has announced New Zealand COVID-19 alert levels. These new alert levels specify the public health and social measures to be taken. Nationwide, New Zealand is currently at Level 3 – Restrict. This means there is heightened risk that the disease is not contained.

See more information about Alert levels and click here.

Find out how to look after your mental health and wellbeing when you have to stay at home.
For COVID-19 health advice and information, contact the Healthline team (for free) on 0800 358 5453 or +64 9 358 5453 for international SIMS.

Welcome!

Onemana – its name aptly describes this coastal, modern, well-kept seaside village located on the Coromandel Peninsula’s eastern coastline. Positioned in a beautiful setting offering the best of all worlds – a friendly unhurried village lifestyle with easy access to all the amenities of nearby Whangamata  – Onemana is a hidden gem. Located three kilometres off SH25, our community is nestled in a natural amphitheatre  facing the sea between Whangamata and Pauanui.

The Onemana Residents and Community Association welcomes its members, residents and visitors to our website. Information regarding our community can be found on the website along with contact information should it be required. Just drop in to our website or to our community – you will always be welcome.

From the Residents of Onemana

Things to do in Onemana

There are numerous walks in and around Onemana. There are four reserves to explore providing easy strolls through the bush with opportunities to view the scenery from the seats placed at various vantage points. Additional tracks can be enjoyed through the forestry blocks and there is a coastal track down the peninsula to Pakahakaha ( known locally as Octopus Bay) and a further three stunning bays. In the opposite direction is the track to Pokohino Bay, situated to the north of Onemana. This is a steep track, leading from the carpark on Normans Road, which takes approximately 15 minutes down and 30 return minutes. All tracks provide excellent access for beach and rock fishing.

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Pride of Onemana.

From our fantastic Surf lifesavers, to our Onemana Swimming and spa incorporation, our Wildlife protection volunteers or our center hub cafe. We take pride in our community. Find out more

Our Surf Lifesaving team on standby.

Onemana Swimming and Spa Incorporated.

Wildlife protection.

Onemana Rural Fire force

New Zealand Dotterel.

Onemana Beach is home to the endangered New Zealand Dotterel. Areas of the beach are fenced off at certain times of the year (usually from September until February). This is done in an endeavour to protect the dotterels and variable Oystercatchers during their nesting season. These birds easily abandon their nests if they are disturbed. Other birds that have been sighted are the Kereru and Pihoihoi (Pipit).

Latest News

Very proud to have FOUR Onemana guards selected for Regional Guard positions in the Coromandel this summer. Definitely a first for us, awesome effort from our small club. Big congrats to Phoebe, Jack, Connor and Brooke

Onemana is a very special and magical place. The people are friendly and helpful and I have never felt such a peaceful place to escape to in all my years .

Cpt J Harris

Lifestyle
Living in Onemana is more then a place. It is a lifestyle
Wonderful outdoors
All year around, Onemana delivers great experiences and adventures.
History
With a rich history Onemana presents a wonderful story to learn about and take part in the ever growing shape of the Coromandel
Services.
Onemana is Equipped with it's very own Volunteer Fire Department. Pool and spa, Tennis Courts, Playgrounds, Hiking, Fishing and much more.
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Feel free to contact us. A community has to be involving, it has to be fun, and it has to exercise group creative instincts.


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