We believe in the incredible power of nature to influence our wellbeing and quality of life. This philosophy
influences a lot of what we do at The Botanic. From our landscaping and architecture, to our homes and amenities. Come and experience the beauty and benefits of living well with nature.
We’ve created spaces that benefit people by mimicking the natural environment. Sunlight and being surrounded by plants and the natural world is proven to improve wellbeing and general happiness. We’ve worked hard to incorporate elements into The Botanic to support a high quality of life for our residents and team.
A life less ordinary
It’s all right here. Share a flat white with friends in the morning and a Pinot Noir at sundown. Enjoy vibrant seasonal dining at Pollen, our on-site restaurant. Head to the Gym, swim a few laps or watch curated new releases, film festival picks and classic movies at our boutique cinema.
Residents are completely connected via advanced Bluetooth locationenabled, fall detecting bracelets. These bracelets also allow you to open doors and take care of a meal at Pollen. At home, enjoy glitch-free Netflix thanks to super fast fibre in every unit and site wide WIFI, whilst you are out and about in the village.
The best life is one lived with purpose.
At The Botanic, you won’t just fill each day, you can also enrich it. Create in our light filled multi-discipline creative space or nurture the produce in our garden, while making new friends who feel like family.
The Botanics’ buildings are crafted from natural materials and sit among native bush, spanning a gently meandering stream. Reconnect with nature and the rhythm of its changing seasons. Spot territorial Tui, hear the soft hoot of Ruru at dusk or simply bask in the green views from the private, well-positioned homes.
Orewa Beach, Hibiscus Coast
Silverdale & surrounds
From sunrise strolls on gentle eastern beaches, to a leisurely round on Wainui Golf Course there’s so much life to be lived right on your doorstep. The Botanic is part of the neighbourhood – close to Kings Plant Barn and Silverdale’s supermarkets, shops and cafes – yet nestled seamlessly into its natural environment.