• Land Area: 29.91 hectare

Awhitu Forest

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Awhitu Forest presents superbly as an entry level, mature woodlot.

The property has a net stocked area of 27ha of Pinus Radiata sitting on a freehold property being 29.9128ha.

Awhitu Forest was established in 1993, the next stand was planted the following year creating a 29-30 year old crop. The crop has been professionally maintained with the silviculture regime including thinning to an average of around 290 stems per hectare and pruned to 6.2 – 6.5m.

In addition to being a ready to harvest investment, the property also lends itself to possible future subdivision. NB, no survey work has been done. The position of the property overlooks Lake Pokorua and Walton’s Gap on the West Coast with stunning views. Waiuku and Pukekohe are a short distance with Central Auckland an hour away. The small, grassed areas on opposing sides of the property could create prime house sites.

Key property features:

  • Entry level, 27ha harvestable investment.
  • Well-tended woodlot having gone through a clearwood silviculture regime.
  • Possible future subdivision.

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See more details about the listing here: https://www.colliers.co.nz/p-NZL67028413

Property Details
Property Type
  • Forestry
Use Type
  • Forestry

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Warwick Searle

Warwick Searle

Owner | Director

Warwick has a business degree in Accountancy and Property along with almost a decade of experience in the New Zealand rural property market ensuring you receive professional, knowledgeable service from start to finish.

George Cashmore


George is now the 6th generation of his family in the Timber and Forestry industries following on from a mixture of Foresters, Sawmillers and Timber Merchants. As a result, George brings with him an extensive knowledge base on Forestry and the wider industry.

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