248 days ago

Room to rRent

Kawai Purapura Retreat Centre

Do you want to live in an environment that improves your work-life balance – In a place close to the city but still surrounded by nature with all the comforts you need? Come and live in Kawai Purapura right in the middle of 19 acres of native bush in Albany, Auckland. We are a diverse community for people who wish to live in an eco-friendly community of like-minded people.
Your new accommodation is an unfurnished double room with shared communal ablutions and lounges and is available for rent as of now. Price $485, expenses included.
Our tenants enjoy bush walks, streams and glow worms, a full-length pool, spa, sauna, use of the organic community garden and free morning yoga classes Mon-Fri. Kawai Purapura is a Retreat Centre and as a resident, you are entitled to discounts on community classes, venue hire, festivals, events, yoga teacher training programmes and more.

We enjoy a smoke and alcohol-free environment. Pets are not allowed.

For more information or to book a viewing appointment contact Jeanne on 02 73 79 86 60 or send an e-mail to residentialaccommodation@kawaipurapura.co.nz

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