16.45 ha (40.6 acres)approximately contained in two titles on the edge of Morrinsville. Handy dry stock unit presently carrying dairy heifers on mainly flat to soft rolling pastures. The property is supported by town water and has a good internal side race to service the grazing paddocks. Supported by 1/2 round barn,loading race,cattle yards and drenching race head bale. The property boundaries the Piako and Waitakaruru Streams.
The Matamata Piako District Council will acquire 6200m2 approximately of the property along the esplanade for the proposed extension of the Morrinsville River Walk.
If you are looking for a runoff close of Morrinsville this is a must to view. This is a genuine sale, for expressions of interest call today.
MPDC Rates $2,150.00 approx
EW Rates $663.45 approx
Land Area 16.45 ha
Located 33 kilometres northeast of Hamilton on State Highway 26, Morrinsville is a picturesque small town with a friendly, active community.
The last census figures show it has a town population of just over 6,000 and a ward population of near 11,000. There are around 790 businesses and over 4,000 dwellings.
The main street has been upgraded and there is a good variety of shopping available with lots of restaurants/cafes to choose from.
Morrinsville is soundly rural based (its slogan is “Cream of the Country”) and it is surrounded by dairy farms.
Large employers of the area are Fonterra, the freezing works, JD Wallaces rendering plant, Eureka Hides, Inghams (chicken processing) and Maber Motors.
There are two medical clinics and a physiotherapy clinic in Morrinsville as well as a Maternity Unit, Continuing Care Hospital, a Rest Home and Plunket Rooms.
It has four childcare centres, three kindergartens, three primary schools, an Intermediate School as well as a co-educational College – 675 pupils, Years 9 to 13.
There are eight churches and a range of service clubs.
Morrinsville Promotion Association
PO Box 40
251 Thames Street
Phone: (07) 889 5575
Fax: (07) 889 5575
The town of Morrinsville was born around 1873. There was a need for housing for workers, a blacksmith shop a general store and the Jolly Cripple Hotel (later to be replaced by the Nottingham Castle Hotel) which still remains in the centre of town. The town was surveyed in 1882 and the first plan was deposited. It then consisted of only 10 streets and after WWII boomed with many new facilities required and a continuing growth today.
Morrinsville has many historic sites and the walk of around one and a quarter hour following the Heritage Trail will give you a feeling for the early history of Morrinsville.
Parks and Reserves are all within close proximity to the centre of town and offer children’s play grounds or just a tranquil stroll through the grounds. The recreation grounds offer a playground, sports fields, polo field and an Olympic size tepid pool. Ideal for a fun day out.
Morrinsville Events Centre is an indoor sports stadium. Perfect for sports games, events, and concerts. Upstairs lounge and bar facilities cater for 105 people. Available for meetings, functions and parties.
With a great country feeling the local market is held in the town on the first Saturday or every month, with the stall numbers growing rapidly since its first day in October 2006. Stall holders ply their wares, whether it is handmade crafts, preserves, artwork or produce.
Local artists are located in the three towns that form the Morrinsville, Matamata, Te Aroha triangle. The arts trail guide that is available lets you uncover the rich diversity of art in our district.
A short drive to Te Aroha from Morrinsville takes you to the charming Te Aroha Domain set in the foothills of the magnificent Te Aroha Mountain. Whether you are after a hike up the mountain or relax in the mineral pools the domain offers a unique experience.
United Video Morrinsville
(07) 889 6675
Video Ezy Morrinsville
(07) 889 6612
Morrinsville’s Restaurants include:
Chambers Bar & Restaurant
(07) 889 6748
Golden Kiwi Restaurant
(07) 889 6040
(07) 889 1185
(07) 889 7121
Crazee Cow Café
(07) 889 3566
Greenline Motors Ltd provides school buses and charter services in the district.
(07) 889 7758
InterCity Coachlines provides an inter-city service.
(07) 834 3457 (Hamilton office)
Morrinsville Public Library
(07) 889 6230
Morrinsville Medical Centre
(07) 889 5126
Rhoda Read Hosptial (Health Waikato)
(07) 889 7039
Dalemarra Residential Services
(07) 889 7850
There are about a dozen preschools in the Morrinsville area. Those in Morrinsville include:
Kidzone Early Childhood & Education Centre
(07) 889 0042
(07) 889 6858
Rushton Road Kindergarten
(07) 889 7345
Morrinsville Early Learning Centre
(07) 889 3527
Morrinsville Play Centre
(07) 889 0925
There are about 20 schools in the Morrinsville area, many of which are outlying. Those in Morrinsville are:
David Street Primary School
(07)07 889 7780
Morrinsville Primary School
(07)07 889 7250
St Joseph’s School
(07)07 889 5306
Morrinsville Intermediate School
(07)07 889 6629
The secondary school in Morrinsville is:
(07) 889 7745
The nearest tertiary institutions are:
University of Waikato
(07) 856 2889
(07) 834 8888
WestpacTrust Events Centre (all indoor sports)
Morrinsville Rugby & Sports Club
(07) 889 7225
Morrinsville Golf Club
(07) 889 6696
Morrinsville Trotting Club
(07) 889 7484
Morrinsville Fitness Centre
(07) 889 7461
Kereone Rugby Club Rooms
(07) 889 7600
(07) 889 7295
Te Aroha Domain Bowling Club
(07) 884 8030