If you’ve ever felt like owning a business where you can just let it all hang out, this might be the opportunity for you. A naturist park in Katikati, New Zealand, has recently gone on the market. The park, which is set on 14 acres of unspoiled countryside features exquisitely landscaped grounds, motel units, cabins, caravans, fifty-one powered campsites, and more than twenty tent sites.

Other amenities include a café, an in-ground swimming pool, a spa and a sauna, as well as a mini-golf course, petanque, table tennis, a pool table and a library, and numerous other fun activities. The park, which welcomes overnight guests and day visitors, is carefully guarded by an electronic security gate. For the future owner, the park also offers a three bedroom home with a carport, reception area, storage and workshop near the entrance. The advertiser promises that the complex is in perfect condition and provides steady and growing income possibilities.


Katikati, a village in on the Uretara Stream near a tidal inlet towards the northern end of Tauranga Harbour in New Zealand, is 28 kilometers south of Waihi and 40 kilometers northwest of Tauranga. A small town, known for the numerous murals painted on walls of commercial buildings, it has been designated as New Zealand's 'Most Beautiful Small Town' by the Keep New Zealand Beautiful Society.

To the south Katikati, visitors will find hot springs at Sapphire Springs, which is just three kilometers from town. The village is a Maori community that has evolved from the waka Mātaatua and is linked to the tribal group in Tauranga, Ngāi Te Rangi. It was settled in 1875 by Ulster Scots from County Tyrone in Ireland through the Orange Institution, a Protestant fraternal order based in Northern Ireland.

The Katikati Naturist Park, located alongside a pristine, rocky river lined with tall trees and surrounded by a lush selection of native and exotic plants, expects guests to go clothes-free when the weather is suitable in order to prevent unwanted onlookers. Near the park, guests will find a variety of shops for all their food and camping needs.

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To find out more about purchasing this park, which is also being leased for an estimated $380,000, adventurous entrepreneurs can contact Matt D'Anvers at 0800 263339, DDI 07 561 4213 or 021 935 670.