This 4.5-ha farm and retreat is teeming with vegetables and fruit trees. This largely self-sustainable property, named after the ancient pā site on its boundary, utilises crop rotation, seed preservation, companion planting and mulching.
See lambs, baby calves, an earth room to store the garden’s generous bounty, or hear about Rosanna’s preserves and pickles. If you’re lucky, she may perform an impromptu acapella. Visitors take care near the cliff. Cash only sales for plants, preserves and produce.
Opening for the first time in seven years, Tikorangi is one of the few inter-generational gardens in NZ with the oldest trees dating back to 1870 and main areas actively gardened for 70 years. Read More >
This 4 hectare garden bound by the Waiongana River has many varied spaces, a Sunken Garden, Rose Garden, Redwoods, Native River Walk, log walls and a developing produce area to name but a few. Read More >