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Te Pā Tāhuna is a
Ngāi Tahu Property development

Mō tātou, ā, mō kā uri ā muri ake nei. We drive profit but are purpose driven and live by the values handed to us by Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu. Through excellence in sustainable land use, an inter-generational approach to investment, and a commitment to developing environmentally sensitive new buildings and communities, we ensure that we leave a treasured bequest for future generations of Ngāi Tahu.

Our Partners

The Te Pā Tāhuna team

Ray White Queenstown

Ray White Queenstown

Sales for Te Pā Tāhuna are being managed by Ray White Queenstown - a trusted and recognised brand – offering a wealth of local, industry and property knowledge.

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Ngāi Tahu Property

Ngāi Tahu Property

Te Pā Tāhuna is being built by Ngāi Tahu Property, one of the investment pillars of Ngāi Tahu Holdings, the commercial entity charged with growing the wealth of more than 65,000 Ngāi Tahu whānui.

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Isthmus

Isthmus

The masterplan for Te Pā Tāhuna has been design by Isthmus - An integrated design studio that removes the traditional boundaries between the disciplines of architecture, landscape and urban design.

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Jasmax

Jasmax

Third-generation architecture and design practice from Aotearoa-New Zealand, Jasmax have worked on the designs on the first buildings here at Te Pā Tāhuna.

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Kamo Marsh

Kamo Marsh

Landscaping for the first building at Te Pā Tāhuna has been designed by landscape architects Kamo Marsh, well-known for their excellence in design and project management.

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KiwiBuild

KiwiBuild

KiwiBuild is enabling more home ownership opportunities for New Zealanders. Approximately one third of the homes being built at Te Pā Tāhuna will be for those who are eligible for KiwiBuild.

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Ministry of Housing and Urban Development

Ministry of Housing and Urban Development

Te Pā Tāhuna has been made possible thanks to a partnership between Ngāi Tahu Property and the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development.

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