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Pacific Harbour

Pacific Harbour, Fiji

With manicured lawns, leafy roadways and a chic, waterside retail district,Pacific Harbour is one of Fiji’s most desirable lifestyle areas.  
Aside from this charming outset, the area is more profoundly known as the country’s adventure capital, with an emphasis on heart-pumping, outdoor activities cementing it as a major bucket list destination for adrenaline junkies.  
Pacific Harbour is nestled on the water's-edge of Rovodrau Bay along the Queen's Rd, commanding a direct lookout to the fire-walking island of Beqa and the surfing retreat of Yanuca.  It is less an hour’s drive from Suva City  and two and half hour drive from Nadi Airport, Fiji’s main international gateway.
And with a breezy 49 kilometres from Fiji's capital Suva City , provides a favourite weekend retreat for city dwellers.

Pacific Harbour was first developed in the 1970s as an upmarket residential canal subdivision and resort development for both expatriates and locals.With over 1000 lots, there is a large network of resales and prime rental properties availed, with many villas nestled in amongst the waterways and golf course.From its formative years as a resort development, the area retains a strong sense of community, with residents often lounging on the pondside cafes of its retail district, children indulging in afternoon sport and tourists mingling with the locals when not shark-feeding, river rafting or taking up other outdoor activities that the area is renowned for.

Unlike most of Fiji, Pacific Harbour inland waterways includes a lake that exists to the ocean via the Qaraniqio River, whose banks include resort and residential properties.
Also marking a central feature of Pacific Harbour is an 18-hole championship golf course that was one of the first in the country and remains a favourite green for golfers.
The retail centre is known as the Arts Village and a quirky mix of fabulous resort wear retail, live jazz and steak restaurants and tour operators. The building is owned by Yatu Lau Company Limited, the investment arm of the Lau Provincial Company.

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