Parihoa Farm occupies 4km of coastal frontage, high on the cliffs, overlooking the Tasman Sea.
The wind and rain can challenge one's senses. It draws even more appreciation for the still and calm days that follow.
Our spaces continue to develop as we get greater awareness of how our visitors like to exist at Parihoa Farm.
The farm boasts an incredible 4km of unblocked ocean views, bordering reserve land containing the Hillary Nature Trail.
Its 600 acres include a diversity of landscapes from grassy plains and tabletop mountains, to native forest and wetlands.
March to May
December to February
September to November
June to August
Whilst a sophisticated structure, Chapman House also resembles a giant tent. One in which you feel safe and comfortable inside.
The large windows bring in the surroundings and the skies. On a moonlit night, the moon shines through the interior spaces. The sun sets dramatically in front of the house.
The force of the wind can be incredible. Furniture has been known to be blown from the house. We have experienced more than 200km/h winds. A reminder that the forces of nature are to be respected.
For me, Parihoa Farm is where I reset and get perspective. I am happiest walking the land with friends. I enjoy the solitude and space. Its a special place to be celebrated with others
6 Islands, 3 Lagoons, 13 Beaches.
The Owner of Parihoa Farm has other properties around the world. One of these is Bawah Reserve opened in 2018, near Singapore.