The Morikaunui Incorporation was formed in 1955 when the land was released to the 2,500 owners from Government control. The Founding Chairman was Dr Rangitakuku Mete Kingi, CBE.



    Morikaunui Incorporation's farm, Morikau Station, has a productive farming area of 2,475 hectares. The Station's total area is 4,842 hectares and stretches from Huruharama (Jerusalem) to Ranana (London) on the Whanganui Awa..

  • Morikau Station Livestock

    The Station's Hereford and Angus cattle allow access to premium markets such as Angus Pure.

  • Morikau Station Livestock

    The Station's wool growing Romney's also return a consistently high lambing percentage.

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We are hoping that a safe physical AGM will be possible this year. It is scheduled to be held on Friday 18th of November at the Whanganui Racecourse.

As a precaution, we will be having a packed lunch that can be consumed off-site if preferred.

For those unable to attend, we are intending to have both a Zoom option whereby participation will be possible and a Facebook livestream.

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Morikaunui Incorporation


Visits to the office under code orange are by appointment only. Please call Rehara on 06 348 7218 to arrange a time between 9:00am and 1:00pm.

In the absence of a station visits in 2020 and 2021

Tap here to see Morikau Station in pictures.

Or with music on YouTube

[Caution - these are approx 10Mb files if you have limited bandwidth.]

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& Whanganui Trust

The Whanganui Trust

General Grant and Community application forms are available from the trust section (see button below).

From mid-January, the Education awards application form will also be available. These applications close on 31 March.

Please ensure you have read the requirements for the various grants prior to completing your application.


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