Wainui Wainui

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  • Area: 10.27ha

WOW!! A Stunning Slice of Wainui

Wainui Wainui

Property Snapshot

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  • Area: 10.27ha

We consider ourselves extremely lucky to live in this spectacular region; the weather is sunny and balmy. The beaches are beautiful and if you know your surf then you will know we boast some of the best breaks in the world.
Fishing is a very popular past time; either the abundant bottom fish or have a crack at the exhilarating sports fish the ocean provides or wander the dramatic lakes and rivers nearby and enjoy world class trout fishing.
The district is abundant with citrus and vineyards, kiwifruit and apple orchards or about any other crop you can think of with plenty of high class restaurants and wineries that showcase the quality of this product.
Gisborne is a sophisticated region with excellent education and a very strong cultural depth. The quality of the arts here is extraordinary.
So it is with excitement we offer this property for sale, you will see in the photos that the area is popular, what you don’t see is that section availability is becoming rare. Think of the options or just thoroughly enjoy a spectacular property in a wonderful region.
Don’t blame me if you heart rate goes sky high, however I can understand if it does.
The photos tell most of this amazing story however there are a few extras to share
• 10.2677 hectares (25 acres)
• A perfect one home farmlet perhaps;
• OR a number of spectacular sites identified with standard geotech requirement if subdivision was a thought.
• Power to the property with plenty of capacity.
• The proximity to the beach is obvious; excellent schooling and the city are minutes away.
If you don’t call you will never know....

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Locality Guide - Gisborne

Location Description

Being located close to the international date line, Gisborne is the first city in the world to see the new day dawn. The sun rises over the South Pacific Ocean onto the eastern most city in New Zealand.The Maori name for the region is Tairawhiti - meaning "the place where the sun shines first".

With a population of approximately 30,000 people, the city and surrounding regions provide relaxed lifestyle opportunities for those who prefer alternatives to the fast pave of the larger cities. Gisborne is a five minute town - five minutes to the beach, five minutes to home, five minutes to the shops. Even the rush hour traffic lasts five minutes!

Coming from Auckland International Airport it's an hour's flight away. There are several scheduled daily flight available with Air New Zealand.

For those people who are looking to come and live in Gisborne, the Government Immigration Services outline what requirement are needed.

If you are looking to purchase a large block of land or a spot on te coast, you'll need to check with the Overseas Investment Commission as to their requirements.

Regarded by some as the Surf Capital of New Zealand, Gisborne offers several beaches and reef breaks that are world class. A local industry supports the sport, from surf accommodation, manufacturing surfboards to surf retail outlets.

For others the Gisborne region is famous for its world class wines. It's often referred to as the chardonnay capital of New Zealand.

As a holiday destination Gisborne offers plenty. Aquatic activities, cultural events, local Wine & Food Festivals are just a few of what's on offer.

There's plenty of choice when it comes to accommodation. There's backpackers, homestays, motels & hotels.

Gisborne has its own daily newspaper, which covers local news as well as national and international news.

The information centre offers details on tourism, coming events, clubs and service organisations.

Visitors Centre

Tourism Eastland
209 Grey Street, Gisborne.
Ph: +64 6 867 2000


  • Tairawniti Museum

  • Gisborne Aviation Museum

  • Tarawhiti Heritage Trail

  • Dive Tatpouri (Shark Cage Diving)


  • Odeon Multiplex Theatre Ltd

  • Dome Cinema

  • Marina Restaurant
    Phone: 06 868 5919

  • Wharf Cafe Bar and Restaurant
    Phone: 06 868 4876

  • Ussco Bar & Bistro
    Phone: 06 868 3246


  • Red Bus Service
    Phone: 06 867 7423

  • Air New Zealand
    Phone: 0800 737 000

  • Sunair Aviation
    Phone: 0800 786 247

  • Gisborne Taxis
    Phone: 06 867 2222


  • Gisborne Hospital
    Phone: 06 869 0500

  • Citizens Advice
    Phone: 06 867 2606

  • Salvation Army
    Phone: 06 868 9468

  • Family Work Tairawhiti
    Phone: 06 868 1399


  • Central Childcare
    Phone: 06 868 5861

  • Eastland Childcare
    Phone: 06 868 9867

  • Gisborne Kindergarten Assn
    Phone: 06 868 3426

  • Topkids
    Phone: 06 868 3576

Primary Schools

  • Awapuni School
    Phone: 06 868 6660

  • Central School
    Phone: 06 867 5073

  • Cobham School
    Phone: 06 867 3864

  • Elgin School
    Phone: 06 867 5454

  • Kaiti School
    Phone: 06 867 7831

  • Makaraka School
    Phone: 06 868 4116

  • Te Wharau School
    Phone: 06 868 9819

  • Te Hapara School
    Phone: 06 867 4333

  • St Marys Primary School
    Phone: 06 868 8332

Secondary Schools

  • Gisborne Boys' High School
    Phone: 06 868 8159

  • Gisborne Girls' High School
    Phone: 06 868 6092

  • Campion College
    Phone: 06 867 9309

  • Lytton High School
    Phone: 06 868 5193

Tertiary Schools

  • The Tairawhiti Polytechnic
    Phone: 0508 765 9832

  • Te Wananga o Aeteasoa
    Phone: 06 868 7045


  • Olympic Pool Complex
    Phone: 06 867 6220

  • YMCA
    Phone: 06 867 9259

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