Tuaropaki Trust is an exciting Maori land organisation with an asset base of over $1 billion. The Trust was formed by 297 families amalgamating their land in the 1950s. Beginning in sheep and beef farming, the Trust was an early developer of geothermal power and now has a diverse portfolio. At the core of our organisation is a desire to drive prosperity for our owners and beneficiaries, so there is a strong focus on whanau, the future and sustainability.
Our 3,410ha property produces beef and lamb, and milk from its dairy herd. Pastoral farming is a core activity with the sheep and beef station operating as a semi-intensive system on 1600ha.