Set to become one of Bay of Plenty’s most thriving industrial business hub, the Rangiuru Business Park is a desirable location whether you’re an exporter, importer or just keen to do business in the fastest growing region in New Zealand.

Sitting within the junction of the western, eastern and southern Bay of Plenty, it’s just six minutes to Te Puke, 25 minutes* to the Port of Tauranga, and provides strong transport links to neighbouring towns, Rotorua, Whakatāne, Kawerau and Taupō.

The Rangiuru Business Park is designed to allow for the construction of large-footprint, high-quality industrial facilities. The Park will be connected to the Tauranga Eastern Link expressway by a dedicated motorway interchange, providing easy access and great brand exposure for the Park’s businesses.

The central position of The Rangiuru Business Park in the rapidly growing Bay of Plenty provides good access to a wide range of employees and skill types. The surrounding, vibrant communities also offer a range of schooling options, affordable housing and all the facilities required to support the growth of your business.

Access and proximity

In prime position with easy access to the ‘golden triangle’ of Auckland-Hamilton-Tauranga, and on the perimeter of New Zealand’s fastest-growing city and busiest Port.

A diamond interchange connects the Park to State Highway 2, providing access to a growing population in Pāpāmoa, within a 5-minute drive to the Pāpāmoa East Interchange.

Road Access

Road Access is provided to State Highway 2 and the Tauranga Eastern Link 110kph motorway, connecting the Park to Pāpāmoa in 5 minutes and to the heart of Mount Maunganui Industrial area and the Port of Tauranga in 25 minutes*.

* Non-peak times

Tauranga Eastern Corridor Connected Centre

Situated centrally within a Tauranga City key growth area*, the Rangiuru Business Park benefits from a skilled labour force residing within a 15-minute commute from neighbouring areas, Te Puke, Pāpāmoa and Wairakei. Access to labour is also found at a sub-regional level within a 30 – 45 minute commute from the near by Tauranga, Mount Maunganui and Rotorua.

*Smart Growth Strategy, pg 145

Pāpāmoa East Interchange

The Pāpāmoa East Interchange, managed by the Tauranga City Council, is currently in development with an expected opening date of mid-2026. This interchange will enhance connectivity between Pāpāmoa East and key destinations, including the Rangiuru Business Park, Tauranga city centre, Mount Maunganui, and Te Puke for commuters utilising cars.

Situated across the Tauranga Eastern Link /State Highway 2 (SH2), east of the Wairākei neighbourhood, the intersection will connect Te Okuroa Drive with the future The Sands Avenue, facilitating the development of Pāpāmoa East and supporting growth in the eastern corridor.

For a more detailed look into the Pāpāmoa East Interchange project click here