TIMBERLANDS Limited
Provides a full range of Forest Management Services for the World Renowned Kaingaroa Forest Estate

TIMBERLANDS Limited is a highly focused and experienced forest management company who acts on behalf of the Kaingaroa Timberlands Partnership, owner of New Zealand’s largest crown jewel plantation forest, the 189,000 ha Kaingaroa Forest estate (situated in the centre of the North Island, New Zealand).


Log Sales

For information regarding Domestic and Export Log & Chip Sales please refer to the Log Sales page of our website.


Commercial Operations & Access

For information regarding FOREST ACCESS  and CURRENT COMMERCIAL FOREST OPERATIONS, please refer to the Forest Access page of our website.


Recreational Access

Recreational Access Permit Applications for the 2017 Hunting & Fishing season are now open.  Please refer to the Recreational Access Permit page of our website for further information.


Public Event Notice

The Fur Flyers Sled Dog event will take place Saturday, 2 and Sunday 3 September 2017, in central Kaingaroa Forest, between Run 58 Road and Herrolds Road. All forest users are asked to avoid this area during this time. See map for further details.

Timberlands mechanised harvesting in Kaingaroa forest


Significant Experience
in Managing Large & Complex  Forestry Operations

TIMBERLANDS Limited's main office is in Rotorua. Senior managers and key staff of the business  have significant experience in managing large and complex forestry operations. This, together with superior systems and resources, ensures delivery of optimal advice and expert management services to the forest owner, both on an operational and financial level.


Health & Safety

For information regarding SAFETY WARNINGS &  GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION please refer to our Safety & Risk section of our website.

Safety Warnings!

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Photo Competition - Now Closed

Thank you for your submissions. This competition CLOSED Friday, 30 June. Winners will be notified by Monday, 31 July 2017.
 

 

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