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About the Property

• Rangiputa is a small harbour side locality renown for it’s white sandy beach and turquoise waters. There are two motels and a shop in this small settlement that looks onto the Rangaunu Harbour. Rangiputa Beach is regarded as a safe swimming beach and provides relatively easy boat launching to the abundant fishing waters.

• 237.15 HA of coastal land fronting 3km of North Facing pure white sand beach

• A thin strip of Doc land separates the two titles from the sand hills of the beach

• A comprehensive report by Boffa Miskell Ltd for the purpose of developing the land as a special “Eco-Tourist” environment and an enablement for further resource consents

• A large part of the report has been implemented including the removal of the pine forest, the de stumping, returning land to high quality grazing, creation of special wetlands incl small lakes in the shape of NZ for canoeing, fencing, tar sealing of Rangiputa Rd, laying of an airstrip for light wing aircraft, building of hanger for helicopter and farm equipment, planting of thousands of native trees, including a fejoia orchard, levelling areas suitable for housing sites and a program of training to keep the area ‘pest free’

• The aerial photos were taken before the implementation of the Boffa Miskell Ltd report

• There are fresh water springs on the property

• Carrington International Resort, which includes a golf course and winery, is close by. Khauri Cliffs Resort 40 minutes away by road. Numerous white sand beaches are to found on the Kari Kari peninsular including Matai bay, Rangiputa and Whataphiphi, great for diving and fishing in crystal clear waters. The area has a micro climate making it truly the ‘winterless north’

• Kaitaia is the main service centre for the Far North and provides and extensive range of retail shopping, commercial and professional services, recreational facilities, with preschool through to Secondary schooling, a small domestic airport and hospital. It has a population of approximately 5,500 people with the community being largely farming and forestry based with recent and  steady growth in the tourism sector. A multi million dollar project is currently under construction helping development of a purpose design Civic Arts and Cultural Centre for Kaitaia and the northern ward.

• Nearest International Airport - Auckland 4 hours south by road. Latitude: 36 deg 83 south Longitude: 174 deg 75 east