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Live the kiwi dream
Ngatea was a town founded on good, old fashioned hard work. Here the pioneers of the area worked tirelessly to turn salty swamp land into some of the Thames Valley’s most productive farmland, with the vision of forging a future for their families.
Today, Ngatea’s pioneers share those same values. and Although the town looks vastly different from its roots, the next transformation still relies on these values being the backbone of the area.
It’s these values that make Ngatea the perfect place where you can “Live your kiwi dream”.
The kiwi dream is to own your own home or piece of land, with enough space for pets or a veggie garden, at an affordable price. To not just know who you’re neighbours are, but to feed the animals and clear the mail when they’re away on holiday, or fire up the barbie and share a few drinks.
It’s a place where the kids can play cricket on the street in the cul-de-sac, where they can walk to school, and where you can be involved in their sports teams and clubs.
Ngatea is a place where you can live 2 minutes down the road from where you work or the commute is unimpeded by traffic on the open roads.
It’s a community that has all the facilities of towns and cities much larger than itself – a rowing club, heated pools, an astro-turf hockey facility, an amazing sports ground, and schools known to be the best in the area.
Ngatea is a place where you are minutes from dragging the net for flounder, or getting the rod in the water to fish over the mussel farms for prize snapper. It’s a town where people care and that hard work and resilience are qualities that will get you ahead.
Ngatea is a community where you can “live the kiwi dream”.