For over 35 years we have specialised in finding and securing the best forestry and farming investment opportunities.
We have over 30,000 hectares under management for 2500 New Zealand and international customers.





"I have been an owner of a forest in New Zealand for a few years now and have been extremely pleased with the services provided by Roger Dickie, during the acquisition period and in the years since then. As an owner living far away from the forest and being able to visit it only every few years, trust in the local management has been the key criteria in selecting Roger Dickie and his exceptionally competent team. I have not regretted my choice and would definitely recommend Roger Dickie to anyone who wishes to have his assets in good hands."

Tassilo Metternich-Sandor - Austria

"Our experience with Roger Dickie (NZ) has been very positive. We are impressed with the professionalism and integrity of both the company and Roger Dickie personally. We therefore have no hesitation in recommending this company to other potential forestry investors"

Thomas J Paulas - Polygon Management inc. USA




Recent Posts

  • MPI report endorses FOA position Posted 10 months ago
    MPI commissioned report endorses FOA statements that forestry leads sheep and beef farming for export returns and providing jobs.
  • Forestry is no threat to farming Posted last year
    There's some agitation out there at the moment about farming being under threat from forestry. In my opinion, much of what's circulating is based on misinformation so it's time to lay out the facts.
  • Could wooden buildings be a solution to climate change? Posted last year
    Timber structures would allow us to draw carbon from the air and store it in our homes and offices – leading some to believe that wooden buildings are the future of architecture.
  • World-first robotic logging truck scalers Posted last year
    The world's first two automated logging truck scalers, commissioned by Mount Maunganui-based ISO Limited, are now scanning logs at Port of Tauranga, New Zealand.
  • Opportunities for mid-rise timber Posted 2 years ago
    Changes to the 2019 National Construction Code increase the range of buildings up to an effective height of 25 m in which fire-protected timber construction systems can be used. The new classes add schools, retail premises, hospitals and aged care facilities to the previously approved multi-residential, hospitality accommodation and office buildings.
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About Roger Dickie New Zealand

Roger Dickie (N.Z.) Ltd is at the forefront of New Zealand Forestry and Farm investments . Formed in 1971, the company has established over 93 forests and farms for investors.

Since 1990 Roger Dickie (N.Z.) Ltd has deliberately concentrated their Radiata forest activities in the northern Hawke's Bay, Wairoa and Gisborne regions on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand.
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Contact Us


New Zealand: 0800 FOREST (0800 367 378) or +64 6 3465 329

USA/Canada: 1877 330 3079

UK: 0800 0809 12628



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