Huntly Waikato river shot

Huntly Town & Surrounds

Huntly has a wide range of services, schools and amenities to support its busy community. Below are some links for you to explore.

Schools – Huntly has many great schools, kindergartens and daycares to choose from for your growing family:
Huntly Primary School
Kimihia Primary School
Huntly West Primary School
Ohinewai Primary School
St Anthonys Primary School
Huntly College
Rakaumanga School (Te Wharekura o Rakaumanga)

Clubs & Sports – Huntly has many local sports facilities and clubs to keep you entertained:
Huntly Soccer Club
Huntly Aquatic Centre & Gym
Huntly Squash Club
Huntly RSA
Huntly Golf Club
Huntly Rugby Club
Huntly Bowling Club
Huntly Half Marathon
Huntly Menz Shed
Huntly Speedway
Huntly Waka Ama
…And many more!

Huntly town

Local areas of interest – Huntly boasts some beautiful walking and hiking areas, as well as lakes and the river for water activities.
Lake Hakanoa Domain & Walkway – Enjoy a lovely walk around the Lake, and through the domain, admiring the plantings, and art installations, as well as the Green Cathedral on your way around. There is also a dog run in the domain for those fur-babies! There are playgrounds, and a skate park in the domain for the kids as well.
Hakarimata Scenic Reserve – There is a beautiful bush walkway up the range from the Huntly end as well as the Ngaruawahia end, try them both! Those that are in for a bigger challenge can try the entire walk from one end to the other.
Lake Puketirini – This lake was created out of an old open cast mine. It is now a scenic spot for water activities, and walking, as well as hosting the Subsea dive training centre.
Glen Afton Bush Tramway – Take the family to one of their open days, and take a ride on a restored locomotive through the bush track. A great showcase of local history.

The Huntly East Subsidence Policy

Click here to view the Information Pamphlet

There is a defined area in Huntly known as the Huntly subsidence policy area. It relates to the Crowns mining of the south section of the Huntly East coal mine. Properties are classified as either being protected (covered) or not protected (not covered) under the policy. Those that are not protected (not covered) are due to the Crown having purchased the property at some point and the property being on sold to another party.

If a property is still protected there are provisions in the policy for repair or purchase of the property by the Crown should there be any damage caused to the property that was mining related. It also means that that should an owner with a protected property wish to sell their property they may choose to do so either by listing the property for sale and marketing directly to the potential buyers (usually you will see these properties advertised as 'protected under the Huntly East Subsidence Policy') or by taking advantage of provisions in the policy for the Crown to purchase. There is a procedure in place for this which your sales consultant can explain in detail to you.