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19 Opanuku Rd, Henderson Valley | For Sale | The Smiths - Ray White

The Smiths from Ray White Titirangi

🏡 In Touch with Nature 🏡

19 Opanuku Road, Oratia

✔️ Situated in the foothills of the Waitakere Ranges this 12 year old, sunny home revels in its natural setting, overlooking the scenic Opanuku Stream
✔️ A substantial 200 m2 modern home with appealing open plan living and decks that provide sunny outdoor entertaining areas
✔️ This property offers 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas, open plan kitchen and dining and plenty of off street parking
✔️ Situated on a spacious 1214 m2 section with a large flat grassed backyard and gorgeous stream adjacent to the section, complete with glow worms and swimming hole
✔️ In Zone and walking distance to Henderson Valley School
✔️ Everybody looking for properties with a natural lifestyle need to check out this very special property

Contact THE SMITHS to view this wonderful home or come along to the open home!

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6 hours ago

Poll: What do you think is the common reason Kiwis fail their driving test?

The team Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

There is one common reason that is accounting for one-quarter of all immediate failures of driving tests - out of the options below, what do you think is the common reason Kiwis don't pass the test? Vote in our poll.

Find out the answer here.

What do you think is the common reason Kiwis fail their driving test?
  • 16.6% Failing to giveway
    16.6% Complete
  • 20.2% Travelling above the speed limit
    20.2% Complete
  • 23.8% Not stopping at stop sign
    23.8% Complete
  • 39.4% Not checking blind spots/mirrors
    39.4% Complete
193 votes
2 hours ago

Waitākere Ranges rat numbers double, destroying kōkako chicks

Melanie Earley Reporter from Western Leader

Hi neighbours, kōkako nests in the Waitākere Ranges have been hit hard by rats after rodent populations in the area nearly doubled, meaning all of the kōkako chicks and eggs in three nests inside Forest & Bird's Ark in the Park have been destroyed by predators. Waitākere Forest & Bird branch chairperson Annalily van den Broeke said those living in the area could help save the birds by putting out traps on their property.

Would you be willing to set traps to help give these birds a fighting chance?