Over an acre by Te Urewera

Calling all keen hunters, trampers and outdoor enthusiasts. Situated less than 3 km from Lake Waikaremoana, Te Urewera national park and the renowned Great Lake walk, this is a 4600 square metre block of land, where the native flora and fauna are your neighbours. This will appeal to those of you who want to create your own special hideaway spot and spend some time hunting or fishing, with just the basics. The block has a shed offering simple accommodation, and is set up in a hut style. Water tanks collect rain water, and the fireplace provides hot water facilities whilst the coal range provides for cooking.
There are easements in place for access right of way, rights to convey electric power,water and telephone communications.

Te Urewera National Park boasts the largest untouched tract of native forest in the North Island. This unspoiled forest features a myriad of sparkling lakes, dramatic rock bluffs and tumbling waterfalls. The primeval rain-forest is home to many native birds. There are an abundance of red and rusa deer throughout the park as well as pigs and goats.The lakes offer great fishing too.

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