Gisborne Street Food festival on Anniversary Day, the Stat holidays and the extended sizzling summer

global macadamia shortage & 2016 highlights

Roasted Macadamias - Torere Macadamias

Macadamia nut demand continuously outstrips supply with excellent prices enjoyed by the very few NZ growers producing quality macadamia kernel. The gap between what NZ produces and imports continues to increase, providing great opportunities for new macadamia growers now and well into the future.

September Field Day 2017

Macadamia Trees for Sale

Plant orders are now due as we are currently grafting for delivery in Spring 2017 and Autumn 2018. Don't miss out, place your order now!
Delux Nut Cracker Torere Macadamias


We are now stocking NZ made Nut Crackers. The two options available are the Deluxe box cracker and the Base cracker.
Grafted Macadamia Trees - Torere Macadamias
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grafted macadamia trees available

Orders are being taken to graft plants for delivery in Autumn and Spring 2018. Don't miss out!

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Macadamia nut tree seedlings - Torere Macadamias

nursery aims for 30k plant capacity in 2017

Nursery capacity was expanded from 3,000 to 10,000 plants in 2015/2016 and will reach 30,000 plant capacity in 2017 to meet the increased demand for macadamia trees.
Vanessa Hayes - Torere Macadamias
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Maori macadamia industry tough nut to crack

A successful entrepreneur who runs her own insurance company – Life Broker Services in Gisborne – Vanessa is best known in Māori business circles as the Nut Lady on account of her macadamia interests. Together with her partner, Rod Husband, she owns a large organic orchard at Torere near Opotiki and a small de-husking plant operated by Rod in Gisborne.
Activate Tairawhiti at Torere Macadamias
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Cracking the macadamia market

Torere Macadamias has had Activate Tairawhiti help to grow the business and progress plans for a regional co-operative, as it targets 50ha in macadamia trees here in 10 years — to rival Waikato as the country’s biggest producer.