Home to the Kiingitanga, the Māori King movement, the Waikato District is dynamic and one of the fastest growing in the region.
Waikato is a dynamic district, which is home to major environmental, infrastructure and community resources. It is one of the country’s fastest growing districts and is home to the Kiingitanga, the Māori King movement.
The Waikato District’s biggest industry contributors to economic growth by are dairy farming, mining, and aggregate and sand extraction. The district is also known for its education, adventure tourism and events industries.
There is a diverse range of land in the District, with both rural and urban areas within the Waikato District. Located on the southern border of the Auckland region, land availability in the Waikato District is supporting growth and expansion for businesses looking for options close to New Zealand’s largest city.
Businesses located in the Waikato District have access to the Waikato Expressway, and other road infrastructure connecting Waikato to Auckland and the Bay of Plenty. The Waikato District is in what’s often called the ‘Golden Triangle’, which is a zone formed by connecting Waikato, Auckland and the Bay of Plenty which generates the majority of New Zealand’s economic activity.
The Waikato District Council welcomes investment and infrastructure options that would most benefit the municipality in the long-term. The Waikato district is rich in natural resources, lush farmland, stunning west coast beaches, community history and culture.
Waikato District Council
Waikato District Council includes 13 councillors, and one mayor elected at large.
Waikato District Business Support Services
The Raglan Business Chamber provides a platform and a voice for businesses, lobbying on behalf of its members in front of local government and representing members and the Chamber amongst the community.
Hamilton & Waikato Tourism is the official Regional Tourism Organisation for the Waikato District. They attract domestic and international visitors and increase length of stay and expenditure through destination marketing, development and management activity.
Soda provides advice, information, referrals and connections to businesses in the Waipā District seeking support for their growth journey.
The Waikato District Council provides information for businesses via Open Waikato.
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If you’re interested in investing in the Waikato District please contact us via our button below, or through our contact page. To find out more about the Waikato District, visit the Waikato District Council website.