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Plenty to see and do at Mt Maunganui this year

Plenty to see and do at Mt Maunganui this year with The Terraces at Ocean Beach and ASB Baypark Stadium.

By Kimberley Gilbert

The Terraces at Ocean Beach is the ideal accommodation spot for anyone attending events at Baypark Stadium, as it is just 1.5km away.


The Tauranga Home Show is the perfect place to find fresh ideas and smart advice for home improvement, remodelling, redesign and more. Take advantage of great show offers, talk to the specialists and go in the draw to win Show Prizes. Live cooking demonstrations, seminars, enjoy a coffee, something to eat and spend a day the whole family will enjoy. This event will be at ASB Baypark Arena on May 9 to 11, which has over 2000 free visitor car parks and easy access.

On March 15 there will be plenty of high speed action as the sprint cars and super saloons take centre stage once again at Baypark Stadium. The Red Ant Design Gold Cup is on the line for the sprint cars and the title of Bay Champion will go to the winner of the super saloon feature race. Then it’s time to sit back and enjoy a demolition derby with a twist – with ramps placed on each straight to add to the crash and crunch of the on-track mayhem.

The Seriously Good Food Show on June 28 is focused on showcasing the unique, the boutique and the artisan. If you're looking to try something different then is the Show for you. Expect to sample new products, take advantage of show specials, and learn from some of the best culinary chefs in the country.

The apartments at The Terraces at Ocean Beach are fully self-contained, with three floors for luxury and comfortable living. The top floor has 2 bedrooms and a separate bathroom. The master bedroom has gorgeous view of the South Pacific Ocean. The middle floor has excellent kitchen facilities with a fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave, and all those necessary cutlery/utensils provided.
There is also a dining area and a lounge with Sky TV which makes it perfect for entertaining. The bottom floor has a third bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. The bottom floor also features its own laundry and single lock-up garage.
The Terraces at Ocean Beach also offers corporate, holiday and long-term accommodation to suit your individual needs.
For all events in the Bay Of Plenty, choose The Terraces at Ocean Beach for a luxurious and affordable stay.

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