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Harcourts Rural Focus

Rural Focus is a curation of the most comprehensive and up-to-date news and information relating to New Zealand rural business and property.
New Zealand's primary industries play a crucial role in our economy, generating $30 billion in exports each year, and thousands of jobs in support services including transportation, rural financing and retailing related to agricultural production.
Initiated by Harcourts Rural National, Rural Focus aims to support and inform those people at the coal face of our most important industries.

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Courtenay A & P Show

The Courtenay A & P Show is just 20 minutes from Christchurch and offers a real country day out, featuring Sheep, Cattle, Goats, Horses, Poultry, Sheep Dog Trials, Produce, Home Industries, Photography & Art, Flowers, a Childrens Section, plus Steam Tractors, Machinery & Vintage Cars. Add to this a wonderful and varied selection of trade stalls, food, liquid refreshments and other stalls, entertainment plus of course, the fair ground rides! We have it all. 

Torlesse View

Want to be close to the mountains for winter fun?- Be part of this exciting new subdivision on the doorstep to a host of outdoor alpine, lakes and river recreational pursuits.
- Large section sizes from 1052m2 to 1232m2 with stunning alpine views to the Torlesse Range that cannot be built out.

Living in Selwyn

Selwyn District is a great place to live, work and play. We have a fantastic quality of life, great communities and schools, thriving businesses and we’re working with our residents to plan for our futures.

The heart of any community is its people, and Selwyn District boasts a wonderful, eclectic, interesting population of around 38,000 stretching from Lake Ellesmere in the South East to Arthur’s Pass in the West. We’re the fastest growing district in New Zealand. If you’re new to Selwyn, pick up a copy of the Selwyn Newcomers Network brochure from the SDC offices, or any Selwyn library/service centre.