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Ohotu No. 9

Ohotu No. 9 is a 59.4888 hectare property situated on State Highway 4, Kakatahi, and is approximately 60 kilometres north of Whanganui. The land is a mix of flats and easy contoured areas with steep faces and gullies. The property is split into two distinct severances by the Mangawhero River. The small eastern severance is predominantly in retired bush and the triangular western severance forms the bulk of the property. The block is landlocked but can be accessed via the lessee's adjoining land.
The effective area, approximately 50.16 hectares, is currently utilised for sheep and beef breeding and grazing in conjunction with neighbouring land. The balance of the land can be attributed to the retired bush area (small eastern severance), waterways and the bush/manuka covered faces.

Land Information

Land area:
59.4888 hectares
Location:
State Highway 4, Kakatahi
Region:
Manawatu / Whanganui
Māori Land Court region:
Aotea
Role of Māori Trustee for this whenua:
Responsible Trustee

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There are 153 people or whānau trusts who have shares in Ohotu No. 9.

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