The Landing

Located in the Bay of Islands in New Zealand’s far north, The Landing is a place of outstanding natural beauty and historical significance. It is the birthplace of modern New Zealand, the place where Māori and European settlers first met and exchanged cultures.

The Landing is a sustainable coastal sanctuary, designed to both realize the potential of the land and preserve it for future generations.

The long-term master-planned development is made up of a number of residential sites situated among 1000 acres of farmland, coast, native bush and wildlife sanctuaries, with more than 350 acres of heritage and ecological preserves protected by covenants, ensuring these habitats – which include a population of kiwi – can continue to flourish.

The project has attracted widespread accolades for its emphasis on the preservation and renewal of large areas of environmental and cultural significance. A successful gold medal-winning vineyard and winery has been established, along with a commercial nursery, which propagates and produces trees and plants for the property.

The Cooper Residence, the Gabriel Residence, the Vineyard Villa and The Boathouse operate together as a bespoke high-end hospitality offering known as The Landing Residences.