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Your Local Business Association

Feel free to get in touch with us and voice your opinion. We’d love to hear from you and learn what the local community thinks needs to be done to make Silverdale the amazing, wonderful place we all know it truly is.

Building Community

Boasting some of the best retail and factory outlet stores around, Silverdale gives you ‘that something a little different’. Discover the historic past at the Pioneer Village situated within the town area where some of the original buildings have been preserved.

Home to the Silverdale markets which happen every weekend and of course a variety of brilliant bakeries, fast food stores and restaurants with indoor and outdoor seating.

Silverdale is our home, and we love it!

Member Businesses

Events

Attendees

$ Raised for Charity

Have your say!

As the local business association, we spend a  lot of time talking with political leaders and decision-makers whose rulings affect our community. We want everyone to have a say, so fill in the form and let us know what you think Silverdale needs!

Coming From Out
of Town?

Approximately 30 minutes north of the Auckland CBD and 25 minutes south of Warkworth.

Getting to Silverdale

Making your way Silverdale is easy. Conveniently located close to the motorway, take the Silverdale/Dairy Flat exit and head East.

Staying on the Coast

Planning on staying the night, the weekend or maybe for an extended period? Check out the Silverdale Business directory for some accommodation choices.

Make a Trip Out of It

With great shopping at the Silverdale Mall, the Village Markets and Silverdale Centre, why not make a day of it and enjoy the local beaches and some of the best food on offer.

Our Sponsors

Thanks to our sponsors for making the Silverdale Business events happen

Sponsor of the month

Pop into Gather Cafe in to enjoy a piece of Minty Matcha Brownie Bar paired with a glass of hot Matcha Latte - the perfect way to enjoy a cold winter morning. ❄️☕️😋

Matcha is powdered green tea. The origin of Matcha can be traced back to the Tang Dynasty of China more than 1000 years ago. Since it arrived in Japan in the 12th century, it quickly became an important part of Japanese culture. Nowadays it continues to gain popularity as the latest beverage fad.