Mt White Station Sale
"The real estate advertisement is spot on in describing Mt White Station as an “iconic” South Island high country station. The 40,000 hectare property is adjacent to Arthur’s Pass National Park and the upper reaches of the Waimakariri River. Mt White Station is the largest pastoral lease in New Zealand still owned by the Crown. Its sprawling extent includes land in the catchments of the Hawdon, Esk and Poulter river valleys, areas highly valued by trampers, hunters, and fishers and for the access they provide to the national park. Its tussocky river flats and river terraces with beech forests and mountains beyond are part of the landscape experience for travellers on SH 73 between Christchurch and Arthur’s Pass and those on board KiwiRail’s TranzAlpine Express between Christchurch and Greymouth." https://blog.greens.org.nz/2017/06/27/high-country-overseas-ownership/ The Crown already own it, it could easily become a Conservation Park, but no ... sell it off. I'm sick of this.
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That would be nice Honora - hopefully the message is trickling down to those (sometimes oblivious) folk at LINZ that kiwis are sick of being denied lawful access to these land parcels by leaseholders.
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