Anawhata is a suburb of the Waitakere district of Auckland. Anawhata has a population of 33 and 16.67 per cent of its inhabitants live in rented accommodation. The average listing price for houses in Waitakere district is $835,000 and this has changed 1.95 per cent over the past year and has changed-1.68 per cent over two years. Auckland has a population of 1,422,009 and 35.55 per cent of its inhabitants live in rented accommodation.
The median household rent in Waitakere is $565 a week and the median rent is 3.52 a cent and the average time to sell a house / townhouse is 67 days. The median unit price is $639,000 and it has changed 6.68 per cent over the past year. The average unit takes 94 days to sell and the median unit rent in Waitakere is $440 per week, resulting in a rental income of 3.58 per cent.
Piha, Karekare and Whatipu are to the south of Anawhata. To the north are Te Henga (Bethells Beach) and Muriwai.
Anawhata was milled as part of Piha ‘s operation. A tramway was constructed from the Piha Mill to the bottom of the hill, to the bottom of the White Road. Indeed, the Marawhara Walk parallels the old stretch of the tramway. This was the route used by the little Dub generator, the A196. The incline ended near the homestead of Craw.
Pole Line Track and Quarry Track can take you downhill to the McKenzie and Forbes Lines, then to the Piha Valley Track. The Centennial Track, which takes you down rugged steps to the Piha Valley Track, is among Piha’s most emblematic tracks. At the peak of the Quarry and Centennial is the McElwain Lookout, a high-pitched structure. From here, you can look down to Piha over the interior of the Ranges.