Right over the fence to acclaimed Okurukuru vineyard and restaurant
2 minutes to popular Oakura village cafes and surf beaches
30 minutes to New Plymouth airport
35 minutes to Mt Taranaki ski fields and National Park bushwalks
Home is only moments away from the hustle and bustle of a thriving coastal city with Tapuae Country Estate situation just ten minutes drive southwest of New Plymouth.
Tapuae stands tall on an elevated area overlooking the mighty Tasman Sea and commands impressive panoramic mountain to sea and island views as well as encompassing the city lights of New Plymouth. Many of the Estate’s 30 house sites command coastal views of the picturesque Sugar Loaf Islands to the north and the serene city lights of Oakura village to the south. The forever changing Tasman sea; with its aqua blues, crashing waves, popular Tapuae reef and boats makes for pedestal viewing from high up on Tapuae Country Estate. Majestic Mt Taranaki rises in the background to form a spectacular backdrop to the Estate’s proud setting. Also popular for skiing, climbing to the summit and bushwalking Mt Taranaki is easily accessible and only 35 minutes drive from Tapuae Country Estate. On the northern boundary right across the fence lies Okurukuru vineyard: one of Taranaki’s most popular restaurant dining and function centers. Okurukuru vineyard is only a short stroll away and a popular place to entertain friends, business associates or family.
New Plymouth City
New Plymouth is the regions largest province with more than 68,000 residents.
Popular for its close proximity to the mountain and world-class surf beaches, New Plymouth is a modern seaside city boasting beautiful coastal walks and a busy Central Business District.
Reknown as the “Energy Province”, New Plymouth is a hub of industrial energy activity made famous for its ‘white and black gold’ being milk and oil.
Mount Taranaki forms the magnificent backdrop to the whole of the region and is recognized throughout the world.
Standing at 2115 meters above sea level Mt Taranaki (or Mt Egmont as it was formerly known) is a dormant volcano.
There are numerous walking tracks around the perimeter through National Park native bush and for those that venture to the summit on a day trip, the views of the entire region are quite spectacular.
The Tasman Sea stretches out into the horizon from Taranaki’s west coast.
With black iron sands and interesting driftwood, Taranaki coastal beaches are never dull and make for intriguing walks.
World famous for its surf breaks, many of the region’s beaches are patrolled by surf lifesavers.
Award winning restaurant and function centre, Okurukuru vineyard is right next door to Tapuae Country Estate.
The modern and spacious restaurant is set amongst vines that roll gently to the sea and offers an intimate dining experience for couples, visitors or groups.
A helipad within the vineyard also provides the opportunity to fly guests to the restaurant where friends, family or business associates can dine whilst gazing across the vines taking in the breath-taking view of the sea and Sugar Loaf Islands.