Flat 54 Hectares
Set beside Lake Ohakuri the property has been in the family for over 70 years, it is now time to liquidate for another project. The 54.7 hectare dairy runoff is near to entirely mowable. A bore on the property provides water to all paddocks. The current leasee has planted 19.5 hectares in Lucerne. Subdivided into approx. 39 paddocks the central race provides great access for stock and machinery movements making this an easily managed farm. The property has under gone some redevelopment with internal and boundary fencing to post and batten standard including a hot wire. An improvement to drainage and contouring of parts makes for effective use. Location is great, being in the picturesque Ngakuru Valley a short drive from Rotorua. The opportunity to acquire a near to 100 percent effective land is rear, call me today to view.
There are many attractions to Waikite Valley that the locals are struggling to keep a secret. First of all is the landscape fertile flat valleys surrounded by picturesque hills, native and pine bush. There is the Thermal Pools. This 100% natural thermal water is not treated with any chemicals whatsoever nor is it filtered or recycled back into the pools. The 'Living Waters' of Waikite Valley is the only thermal pool complex of this size in New Zealand using only 100% pure natural geothermal water.
Waimangu is a 'must do' eco-experience if you wish to experience unique ecology, botany, and geothermal features. A truly a year-round eco-experience, Waimangu can be enjoyed by people of all ages and physical abilities.
The Wai -O-Tapu Visitor Centre provides the gateway to New Zealand's most colourful natural volcanic environment. Walk at your own pace and absorb the unique features including the world-famous Champagne Pool, geysers, bubbling mud, steaming ground, huge volcanic craters and sinter terrace formations. The natural bush setting adds another dimension to the experience as does the guaranteed daily eruption of the Lady Knox Geyser at 10.15am.
Journey back in time to experience the customs and traditions of pre-European life in New Zealand. Stroll down the pathways of the authentically modelled Maori village as it comes alive to the sounds and activities of daily life, crafts, games, tribal songs, dances, myths, legends and spiritual stories.
The Waikite and Ngakuru Area is dominated by farming and forestry. The Waikato river runs nearby that feeds Lakes Ohakuri and Artimuri, popular water sport lakes. There is the great country schooling at Waikite Valley School or Ngakuru School both well respected by the strong local community.