Growing

Ngawha Innovation and Enterprise Park provides a destination where our people, our businesses and innovation grow hand in hand.

A centre of innovative business and processes

Focusing on kaitiaki, employment opportunities, circular economies and regional capability development. We believe in mahi tahi and in partnership with mana whenua, aspiring to create a more prosperous community.

Feel your business is a good fit for the Park?

  • Horticulture Hub

    A stage 1 development of 10 ha of horticulture production in polytunnels with fertigation shed and packhouse, as well as culinary oil manufacturing with biodigesters to process production waste.

  • Innovation Hub

    Value-added manufacturing, education and training, and business incubation and collaboration. Stage 1 comprises an education campus for two initial providers, platforms for other manufacturing premises, and an Innovation Centre building.

  • Emerging Horticulture

    Nursery operations, crop trials of new sub-tropical and indigenous crops, demonstration of how to grow crops that are new to Northland and growing crops at increasing scale intensively in controlled environments.

Ngawha Park
Facts & Figures

240 HA
Land for the Park

The Park is a green fields site covering 240 ha. 180ha is available for development with the remaining area set aside to protect forest and wetlands.

200 FTEs
Full Time Staff and Training Positions

Expect to see 200 FT staff, 140 seasonal/part time staff and 200 students on site by completion of Stage 1 i.e. by 2023..

$60 MM
Stage 1 construction cost

Investment in site development and business premises.

$30 MM
Direct GDP impact

By 2023, direct impact on the district’s GDP is expected to be in the order of $30m each year, a 1% increase on 2020 GDP numbers.

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