Riverview Treehouse

All year round

Enjoy the magnificent million-dollar views of the Rangitikei River and surroundings. This is peace and tranquility at its best.

A range of lovely accommodation overlooking the River and the Ruahine Ranges. Try your hand at scenic rafting through the magnificent Rangitikei Gorge, or even visiting Middle Earth and a secret waterfall. Great for all ages and your furry friends are welcome too. Try some trout fishing, some of NZ’s best remote fishing right at your doorstep. Campouts, walks, and lots of friendly farm animals.

The Treehouse is a 2 bedroom unit. If it’s a romantic getaway you are looking for, the River Retreat is perfect. Fully self-contained retreat with your own private spa pool on the decking to enjoy the breathtaking views. Bookings essential.



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Riverview Treehouse

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