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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.

The Location

Living local

Good living is all about location. We’re building a central community for Queenstowners. Enjoy the best your town has to offer.

Te Pā Tāhuna is easy to get to and connected to everywhere you want to go. This master-planned development of apartments and terraced townhouses will be built on the old high school site on Gorge Road, in central Queenstown.

Live just a ten-minute stroll from downtown. You're on a safe cycleway to the CBD, and on the main bus route to Frankton. Gorge road has a host of local businesses, including a supermarket, cafes, fitness and wellbeing as well as petrol stations and other services.

Friends celebrating at lunch at a restaurant in Queenstown, New Zealand

Enjoy the best of downtown's cafes and bars

At Te Pā Tāhuna you’re a ten-minute stroll to downtown favourites. Grab a coffee or pastry in the morning, pick up lunch to go or eat in and people watch.

In the evening, it's an easy stroll to town for sundowners or a meal out. If you'd prefer a home cooked meal, there are three local supermarkets within walking distance.

If you want to venture a little further afield, top-notch food and ambiance are available away from the downtown party zone. Half an hour’s gentle amble and you’re there.

Older couple with lake in the background

Get out there

Warren Park is right next door. Just step out your front door to walk your dog, fly kites, run laps, have picnics, and do everything you do in a big green space. If you’re big on biking, you’re around the corner from the Mountain Biking Park and the Gorge Road Jump Park.

You don’t need us to tell you how many great walking tracks and trails there are around Tāhuna – Queenstown. And when the snow falls, Coronet Peak is only a 15-minute drive, with the Remarks just ten minutes more.

 The essentials

  • The Queenstown Lakes District Library is on your way into town at 10 Gorge Road.
  • The Queenstown Medical Centre is a 10-minute walk away on Isle Street. You can find a pharmacy in the same building.
  • Post office. The Queenstown Box Lobby on Ballarat Street is a 10-minute walk.
  • Schools. You’re surrounded by pre-school options. Queenstown Primary School is a 7-minute walk on Robins Road. You’re a short walk from the bus route to the high school in Frankton.

Register Your Interest

We look forward to bringing you further information on the next stage of Te Pā Tāhuna in 2024.

Register your interest with us today to be one of the first to know what we have planned!