Self-Contained, 162 Hectare Dairy Unit

392 Pukekauri Road, Waihi Waihi


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Self-Contained, 162 Hectare Dairy Unit | 392 Pukekauri Road, Waihi | 2845262 |      X Close

Self-Contained, 162 Hectare Dairy Unit

This 162 hectare dairy unit dairy unit is located in the most desirable farming area of Waihi. Located close to Waihi township, conveniently providing all major amenities, you will have everything you need and more. This offering to the market is a must see.

A self-contained dairy unit offers the current owners the benefit of hands on management and control of their stocks well-being. Currently milking 315* cows and carrying all the young stock the upside of this farm can be seen over the last few year's production gains of now up to 108,340 milksoilds.

The farm lies well to the north and is a mix of contour with some 80 hectares* of flat to gentle prime dairy land (some 24 hectares* cut for silage this season), 50 hectares* rolling and 30 hectares steep*. The 50 plus paddocks are connected via a central race and several feeder races with the water, from on farm bore, reticulated around the farm via gravity and pressure.

The main dwelling is a large 4 bedroom family home of some 280m2* ideal for you as an owner or a manager. There is a handy games/spare room at the rear of the section which provides a shower, toilet and laundry tub. The old 2 bedroom weatherboard cottage set apart from the main home has seen better days but could be updated for more accommodation.

Well located dairy shed offers 30 aside herringbone milking and the yard holds all the cows. With automatic cup removers the current owners can manage the milking alone. A BCL feed system was installed in 2014. There is a good range of other buildings including 3 half round haybarns.

Buyers who are after a solid dairy unit that offers wintering as well, should not miss viewing this farm.

Tender Unless Sold by Private Treaty


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. Waihi is located at the southern end of the Coromandel Peninsula. The native bush, the breathtaking Karangahake Gorge and the nearby white-sand stretches of Waihi Beach are just a few of the natural resources that are enjoyed here. Numerous groups and organizations cater for sport, recreation and the arts. The region boasts a diverse group of businesses involved in a wide range of ventures, from tourism to dairy and dry-stock farming. As well as a thriving present day community, the town and surrounding region has a rich and fascinating history. Part of this history includes over 100 years of mining of gold and silver. The present day mining operations (both open-cast and underground) exist alongside examples of the old methods of gold and silver extraction. The pioneers weren't just involved in mining however. Last century saw Waihi in the forefront of work on radio and television development and manufacturing. Tauranga, 62km south, 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.

Auckland is 140km north of the farm.

*Information provided by Owners

392 Pukekauri Road, Waihi

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