Parohe Island Retreat

All year round

Discover Parohe’s private natural wonderland with signature wellness retreats. Ground your senses and uplift your soul.

Parohe provides an inclusive environment for solo travellers, couples and groups looking for a wholesome getaway to recalibrate your health and wellness goals. All the wellness retreat packages include plant-based meals featuring organic ingredients from the garden, snacks, juices and accommodation. Daily yoga classes and access to Parohe’s picturesque hiking trails, land and water activities and wellness facilities. There’s always something wonderful to do in the beautiful grounds. With a selection of luxury accommodation, simply book a 2, 3, or 4 night retreat
and once you arrive, they will take care of the rest.



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Parohe Island Retreat


Located in Moores Bay, Bon Accord Harbour




Accessible via paddleboard, helicopter or seaplane. Alternatively, private water taxi or scheduled ferry can be arranged through Kawau Cruises.

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