Mt Dewar Station

Mt Dewar project’s setback

By GUY WILLIAMS The sale of cabin sections on Queenstown's Mt Dewar Station could be delayed by up to two years. Treespace Queenstown boss Adam Smith says the commercially-funded native reforestation project has found the money to start planting trees, but...

Life’s a beech

Independent commissioners have approved a 55-lot subdivision on Queenstown's Mt Dewar Station. The controversial project, billed as New Zealand's largest commercially funded native reforestation project, features 43 cabins and 10 chalets for residential and visitor accommodation, and a lodge with...
A visitor accommodation development is proposed to help fund a reforestation project on Mt Dewar Station. A 55-lot subdivision, including 43 cabins and 11 chalets for residential and visitor accommodation, is planned for the 1773-hectare site by Treespace Queenstown Ltd. There...
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