Entry Level Investment: Twin Valley Forest


Tender date: 4PM Thursday, 14th of December 2023

Twin Valley Forest is offering a superb opportunity to enter the Forestry Investment sector. This forest is an entry level forest investment, positioned on Kaitaia-Awaroa Road, east of the township of Herekino. Planted in 1997, the forest is near ready for harvesting creating an excellent entry level forest investment. The forest has been thinned and pruned with the final pruning lift to 4.8 – 6.5m. Kaitaia-Awaroa Road provides access to domestic processors and international markets.

Twin Valley forest is surrounding the other established forests in the direct vicinity and wider region.

This entry level forest is located in the western area of the Mangamuka Range, growing excellent rates – which Northland is renowned for,  Twin Valley is no exception having been well tended to date. Altitude sits between approx. 62-76m ASL. Contouring, harvesting will be assumed to be ground based and there may be synergies with harvesting surrounding blocks.  Colliers is exclusively appointed to manage a single stage tender sale process. See our Twin Valley Forest Collier’s listing here: https://www.colliers.co.nz/p-NZL67026413

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Key features:

Approximately 20ha net stocked area on 20.372ha freehold title.

24 year old Pinus Radiata.

Titled Area 20.37 ha

Property Details
Property Type
  • Forestry
  • Investment
  • Rural
Use Type
  • Agribusiness
  • 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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