WELCOME TO PAORO STATION

A Community in Paradise

Paoro Station is located in the Wairoa District, just North of the Mahia Peninsula. The climate here is mild, and generally warm and temperate with no dry season, warm summers and mild winters. The mean annual temperature is 57.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Average highs in the summer are 74 degrees Fahrenheit with average lows in the winter of 42 degrees Fahrenheit.

Paoro Station, Wairoa District, New Zealand

Paoro Paw-Ro : from New Zealand Maori, meaning

“the moment when thunder crashes”

Station : via Old French from Latin statio(n-)in Australian/New Zealand parlance

“a large livestock ranch”

A Planned Sustainable Community & Ranch

Paoro Station draws its name from the very essence of its purpose.

Here, waves roll in like distant thunder against 2 miles of ruggedly beautiful coastline which gives way to a 1,700+ acre community. The thunder continues through the hooves of the horses & American Bison that populate the sweeping pastures & hillsides of this working agricultural center until it reverberates through the spirit & ideas of the people who have come to call this place home.

Here, your thoughts & aspirations are meant to flourish as we work individually & collaboratively to create the future we wish to see for ourselves and for others. This is a place where the resounding moments of innovation, invention, and entrepreneurial drive spring forth.

Paoro Station is a place of thunder and wonder.

From Sea to Mountain to Valley

Our Paoro Station Planned Sustainable Development has something for everyone.

Imagine

 

Living

 

in

 

Paoro Station

 

AMENITIES

Community Lodge with the following:

    Bar & Grill

    Guest Suites

    Outdoor Terrace w/ Fireplaces

    Sauna, Jacuzzi & Pool

    Workout Facilities

    Billiards & Game Room

 

300+ Acres of Permanent Conservation Land:

 

    World Famous Glow Worm Sanctuary

    1,000 Acres of Active Farm & Ranch Land

    Wind & Solar Energy Production Facilities

    Business Center & Conference Room

    Community-wide High-Speed Fiber Internet

Discover Paradise

Paoro Station is located near 867 Mahanga Road, Mahia, New Zealand. Our planned development is exactly at these coordinates:

 

38°59’48.5″S 177°53’37.4″E -38.996813, 177.893729

ON-SITE ADVENTURE

Pistol, Rifle, & Shotgun Clay Shooting Ranges
Equestrian Center & Horseback Riding
All-Terrain Vehicle Riding Trails
Hiking & Bicycling Trails
Trout Fishing
Proximity to swimming, surfing & shopping

Wairoa & Grisborn

Situated along the East coast of the North Island, Paoro Station is 40 miles from Gis-borne (to the North) and 25 miles from Wairoa (to the West). Gisborne is famous for being the first city to see the light of day each day, and is home to a large port, a thriving commercial shopping district and other traditional benefits of a larger town. It is also home to the Gisborne City Vintage Rail Company, which operates Wa 165, the final steam engine locomotive built in New Zealand in 1897. Wairoa is a farm service and manufacturing town located on the coast of the Hawke’s Bay. It is home to the Maori Film Festival and the Wairoa River.

WAIROA

Wairoa is a farm service and manufacturing town located on the coast of the Hawke’s Bay. It is home to the Maori Film Festival and the Wairoa River.

GRISBORNE

Gisborne is famous for being the first city to see the light of day each day, and is home to a large port, a thriving commercial shopping district and other traditional benefits of a larger town. It is also home to the Gisbornc City Vintage Rail Company, which operates Wa 165, the final steam engine locomotive built in New Zealand in 1897.

GET IN TOUCH

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Visit Us

Our developer will be in NZ until August 31, 2018

Call Us

+1 (828) 318-7273 WhatsApp or JLW2016 on Skype