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Near the top of Te Matai Road on SHW 36, which is midway Tauranga and Rotorua, there has been a few changes happening. The council had a vision in 2004 to develop a recreational area which is now known as the all-terrain TECT Park = link is http://www.tectallterrainpark.co.nz/

At the same time 6km away on Te Matai Road land was being cleared of trees and returned to farm land. 2336 Te Matai Road is one of those farms which is now a high performing dairy unit.

Being located in this good rainfall area the owners have left no stone unturned since 2007 in the conversion from forestry to dairy farm. All the infrastructure is new from the 50 bale rotary cow shed, which is located in the middle of the farm, to the three homes (two are four bedroom and one is three) well positioned for manager/owner and workers, six bay shed and three bay implement shed.

With an effective area of 188 hectares this dairy farm is a gem in the Bay of Plenty. The three year production average is 198,763 milksolids from 480 cows. The cows have the pleasure of travelling by a central lane which resembles a highway. An on farm quarry ensures quality access all year round.

The contour is best described as flat to rolling and is subdivided into 47 paddocks with water reticulated from an on farm bore via 50mm mainline to oversized troughs. Established pasture renewal programme ensures a good sward is present.

The Te Ranga school is located 5km down Te Matai Road.

This will be one of the best farm offerings in the Bay of Plenty for many years. Act now to secure a trophy farm. The sale is needed to fund off farm investments by the owners.


Few regions in New Zealand, or the world for that matter, have as much to offer as the Bay of Plenty. From the gentle harbour waters to its surf beaches, its fishing and diving grounds to the scenic bush, the Bay is as much a quiet recreational playground as it is a thriving business and rural community. Key economic elements for the region include Tourism, Horticulture (predominately kiwifruit and avocado production), Viticulture, Pastoral farming, Forestry, Housing and Holiday Makers. The rapid growth in the area provides a vibrant living environment from job opportunities to business prospects with a sustainable future. Tauranga as a city is one of the fastest, if not fastest growing cities in New Zealand. With a mixture of beautiful scenery, great beaches, cafes, restaurants and nightspots it is more than a city; it is a lifestyle. The award winning schools also provide a key reason why Bay of Plenty is proving to be such an attractive destination for both ex Kiwi's and migrants as a place to set up their new life in New Zealand. This farm is centrally located to Tauranga (40km), Rotorua and the rural service centre of Te Puke around 30km. Today, Te Puke is a thriving town with a reasonably large main shopping street, Jellicoe Street. There are a number of schools, religious organizations, cultural groups, and a variety of clubs in the town. Horticulture is the backbone of the Te Pukes economy. The warm, moist climate and fertile soils are favorable for horticulture, with production of kiwifruit, avocados and citrus fruit such as lemons and oranges. The town markets itself as the Kiwifruit Capital of the World. A large number of residents work picking or packing kiwifruit during April or May, as well as others coming from other nearby towns and cities. It can swell past 10,000 some seasons.

The recently opened Eastern Link will further benefit the town by removing heavy traffic and encouraging shoppers. Dairy and drystock farming remain important industries it the ever changing landscape that is Te Puke.