PEST CONTROL OREWA
Your Local Orewa Pest Controller, covering ants, bed bugs, borer, cockroaches, fleas, flies, mice, rats, spiders and wasps.
Coastwide Pest Control Ltd
where owner-operator Don Hazlewood, delivers high quality pest control services to commercial and residential clients throughout the Hibiscus coast region.
With over 25 years experience in the industry, you can rely on Don to provide eradication solutions for a wide range of pests
Don is an ERMA approved handler and trained technician. He is also proud to be a member of the Pest Management Association of New Zealand.
Please call for more information and to discuss all your pest control requirements today!
With 25 years experience and a proven track record Don has a genuine interest in helping his customers to resolve their pest control issues. Don is very reliable and keeps up with the latest t
Orewa is a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city. It lies on the Hibiscus Coast, just north of the base of the Whangaparāoa Peninsula and 40 kilometres north of central Auckland. It is a popular holiday destination.
The Northern Motorway, part of State Highway 1, passes just inland of Orewa and extends through the twin Johnston Hill tunnels to near Puhoi. Orewa was administered as part of the Rodney District for two decades, until this was subsumed into the new Auckland Council in October 2010.
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Orewa and the Weiti River (then known as the Wade River) were a major locations for the kauri gum digging trade.
Shakespear regional park
The Kawerau hapū Ngāti Kahu traditionally inhabited the area, prior to the arrival of Europeans. Ngāti Kahu's major focuses of settlement were around Te Haruhi Bay and Army Bay.Whangaparaoa Peninsula was purchased by the government in 1853, after which settlers began developing the land for grazing. Ngāti Kahu continued to live on the land until the 1890s. The Shakespear family acquired many of the landholdings, and farmed the area for much of the 20th century.
The northern area of the park was acquired by the New Zealand Army during World War II.
In 1967 the Shakespear family sold their land to the Auckland Regional Council, who established the Shakespear Regional Park.