The Waitomo District is located in the south-western part of the Waikato region and is known for adventure and natural beauty – both above and below the ground.
The Waitomo District enjoys rich soil and a temperate climate, resulting in fast-growing pastures. The largest agricultural industry is sheep and beef farming, which is supported by a local meat works industry, livestock transport companies, and wool buyers.
Local businesses in Waitomo include award-winning cafes and restaurants, tourism and accommodation, and rural servicing and construction.
The Waitomo District is ideal for those seeking adventure and natural beauty, with a labyrinth of world-renowned limestone caves, underground galleries and grottos. The limestone is also mined from various quarries in the Waitomo District and transported across New Zealand.
The Waitomo District is one hour away from Hamilton Airport [HLZ]. The Waitomo District Council released a 10-year plan for 2021-2031, outlining that the number of dwellings in the Waitomo Rural Ward is projected to increase. More information can be found in the Waitomo District Council 10 Year Plan 2021-2031.
Like all districts in the Waikato region, Waitomo is committed to dedicated sustainable growth, and potential development and investment opportunities.
Waitomo District Council
The Waitomo District Council is comprised of 7 councillors, one of which is the Mayor.
Waitomo District Business Support Services
Hamilton & Waikato Tourism is the official Regional Tourism Organisation for the Waitomo 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 Waitomo District seeking support for their growth journey.
Legendary Te Kūiti is a local organisation that supports and advocates on behalf of Te Kūiti businesses.
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