Brexiters Seeking New Zealand Rural Property

Farming, Forestry, Carbon Farming, Honey Farming, Grazing and recreational outdoor pursuits are just a few of the options available on New Zealand's "Dunwold" Forest and Farm in the rich dairy and equine farmlands of the Waikato.
By: Dunwold Forest and Farm, New Zealand
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NZ Dunwold Farm and Forest
NZ Dunwold Farm and Forest
HAMILTON, New Zealand - Sept. 21, 2016 - PRLog -- "Dunwold" Forest and Farm, located 10km from Cambridge, Waikato, New Zealand on 209 Whitehall Road is a ready investment for discerning Kiwis wanting to return to New Zealand for a farm, forestry and Kiwi lifestyle.

In two titles, it comprises 156 hectares of planted Pinus radiata, 70 hectares of native Kanuka stands, 12 hectares of native bush and 41 hectares of grazing. This 279-hectare farm is adjacent to Lake Karapiro, Hamilton International Airport and sits in the rich Waikato farmlands renowned for dairy and equine export industries.

The forestry is harvestable by ground-based systems and showing excellent growth rates through to its current age of 16/18 years making this a sold investment opportunity. In two plots, the greater is ready to harvest now and commercial quotes (available on request) indicate the potential for a net income after harvesting costs in excess of $1.6m. That leaves you with premium land, some of which is facing toward Lake Karapiro, home of the New Zealand training centre for Olympic Gold Medalists!

For the longer game, wait and take the estimated NZ$200,000 per annum carbon credit for the forest. To the investor, rather than the farmer … this means you can pay your mortgage with your carbon credits!

The 41 hectares (100 acres) of grazing area has potential for lease or own use. Organically managed since the mid 1980's, Pete Fairclough, owner of "Dunwold," advised it boasts a proven productive capacity 48% above its neighbours.

"This farm has forestry, raw honey production, grazing, outdoor pursuits, water and forest expeditions, fallow deer dating from release in the 1890's, and increasing birdlife," says Pete Fairclough, owner of "Dunwold" Forest and Farm Cambridge, New Zealand.

"Dunwold" is a natural playground with the potential for rafting, kayaking, 4WD, Motorcross, bush walking and harvesting of New Zealand natives – Kanuka and Kawakawa.

"Dunwold" Farm and Forest is Calling Investors:
For anyone interested in investing in "Dunwold" Farm and Forest in the rich Waikato, New Zealand please contact: or phone +64 274 522 040.


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