Dogs on the beach
Horses on the beach
You can ride horses at Algies Beach, Hatfields Beach, Martins Bay Beach, Omaha Beach, Orewa Beach and Snells Beach if you meet the following conditions:
If riding between 1 December and 15 February (including weekends) horses are only allowed on the beach before 10am and after 7pm.
Horses are prohibited at Easter weekend (Friday to Monday inclusive) and Labour weekend (Saturday to Monday inclusive).
Summer BBQ season
Bring your own BBQ onto the Orewa Reserve ( beside the Orewa Surf Club) or there are two electric bbqs available. One opposite the BP and one opposite Farida’s. They are free to use however can’t be booked and is a ‘use & move’ aside system.
Emergency & Safety Services
|Ambulance, Fire &
Police Emergency only
|St John Ambulance||0800 4 Ambulance
Or 0800 426 825
|Deaf Emergency||Text 0800 16 16 16|
|Fire Service Manly||09 426 6146|
|Fire Service Silverdale||09 426 5032|
|Police – Orewa||09 426 4555|
|Police – Whangaparaoa||09 424 0413|
|Community Constable Orewa||09 426 1118|
|Community Constable Whangaparaoa||09 424 6504|
|Neighbourhood Support||09 426 0893|
|Animal Emergencies Animal Disease||0800 80 99 66|
|To report animal welfare complaints||0800 327 027|
|SPCA Auckland (24 hr ambulanace service)||09 256 7300|
|Electric Power Lines – Vector||0508 832 867|
|National Poison Centre – 24 hour advice||0800 764 766|
Justice of the Peace (JP)
Please contact Citizen’s Advice Bureau (09 426 5338) for current list in the area.
Citizen’s Advice Bureau
Your local Citizen’s Advice Bureau can assist with all your local needs.
For friendly, confidential, information and advice about anything and everything call Citizens Advice Bureau. It’s run by professional voluntary staff who have access to up-to-date information.
Free IRD advice, Budgeting service and Careers service. We also have Life Line Councellors working from our rooms. Multilingual Information Service now available at scheduled times throughout the week.
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9.00 am to 3.30 pm
Hibiscus Coast Citizens Advice Bureau, Orewa Square, Orewa.
A guide on what to do – click here
Click here to find where the Automatic Electonic Difribrillators are in Orewa.
When someone has a heart attack (sudden cardiac arrest or SCA), use of an AED can increase their survival chances by up to 40%.
Without an AED, chance of survival is only 5 to 8%, even with CPR.
An AED delivers a short, powerful electric shock to the heart, helping the heart to regain its natural rhythm.