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Ravenswood is just 25 kms north of Christchurch city and five minutes from the beach in Pegasus Bay. It is part of the Waimakariri District – one of New Zealand’s fastest growing districts – with a population of over 5O,OOO people. The district is home to approximately 5,8OO businesses – a number that has grown by 4O% since 2OOO.

Key Details

  • Experience a semi-rural lifestyle
  • open spaces, green areas, neighbouring walkways
  • Golf course and beaches
  • commercial centre
  • Supermarket, fuel station, and a wide range of retailers on your doorstep.


Infinity Investment Group is a property investment and development group based in Wanaka in the South Island of New Zealand. Founded in 1999 by Bob and Jen Robertson, the Group has quickly grown into an innovative and well-respected New Zealand property developer with a determination to deliver excellence in all its projects.





Why here

Three reasons you'll love about Ravenswood


Local Beaches & Rivers

North Canterbury's beach settlements are practical rather than trendy. It's not a café culture. They are places Cantabrians go to get away from it all and to fish, surf and swim. Motunau is just an hour north of Christchurch and you get to it by turning right for the coast at Greta Valley. The beach is a popular camping spot with surfcasting and crayfishing, and boat fishing and diving are popular offshore. This is the spot to get blue cod and crayfish for dinner.

Waipara Wine Valley

Indulge in the European way of leisurely sipping wines and eating food right where they were made in the Waipara Valley. This is one of the boutique superstars of the wine industry with more than 30 wineries, many offering great food with tastings.

Hanmer Springs

Christchurch people have gone to heal and relax at the hot springs at Hanmer since the 1880s. The appeal of soaking in hot water in the wilderness has never dimmed and today the complex has multiple pools, hydroslides, and cold pools for summer. There are also extensive mountain bike and walking trails through the old Forestry Service forest and on the St James Cycle Trail.