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Surrounding the development is the picturesque 18 hole Pleasant Point Golf Club. The attractive nature of the course and the warm and friendly atmosphere means that this Club has many members that drive past other courses to play here. There is a full discount of membership fees to the Pleasant Point Golf Club for purchasers.

Adjacent to Meadowlinks and the golf course are the community sports fields including rugby and soccer fields and tree sealed tennis courts.

A range of activities, including water sports, fishing, skiing, and fantastic local walkways, makes this location live up to the name 'Pleasant Point'.

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For golfers, Meadowlinks provides year round entertainment literally at the backdoor. Incorporated into the development is a walkway that passes all the lots. The path goes past a deer feeding area just inside the main entrance then traverses a small lake, passes the deer enclosure and deer handling pens, meanders up a spring fed clear water stream that will be planted out in native species.

The path then passes the deer farm enclosure and enters the Pleasant Point Reserve which encapsulates a walking track right around the edge of the first nine holes of the Pleasant Point Golf Club. There are many alternative walking areas including a walk into the Pleasant Point township or walking the short distance down Butlers Road to the Opihi River.

There is a vast array of sporting activities in the Pleasant Point and wider South Canterbury area including: fishing in the nearby Opihi River and Opuha Dam, skiing at Mt Dobson (45 minutes), tramping, rafting, gliding, jet boating, sailing and excellent community sports facilities. 


The name says it all. Pleasant Point is situated 19km north-west of Timaru, with a population of 1200. The township serves the local farming community and is noted for the old railway station and steam locomotives that have been lovingly restored to travel a short track to Keanes Crossing. Pleasant Point is also home to the world's only Model T railcar in operation.

Whether you are a keen fisherman, dog walker or dam building kid at heart, the Opihi River is only a 10 minute stroll down the road. And if golf is your ideal past time, then the good news is that you only have the cross the road to tee off. If a day's skiing, tramping, cycling, climbing, boating or fishing takes your fancy then you are in luck. Pleasant Point is on the main route in and out of the Mackenzie Country, providing a road link to Fairlie, Twizel, Lake Tekapo, Aoraki Mount Cook and Queenstown.


The Timaru urban area is the second largest city in the Canterbury Region, after Christchurch, right on the eastern Pacific coast of the South Island. From the air the landscape is a patchwork of prosperous agricultural hinterland with links to smaller rural communities such as Pleasant Point, Temuka and Geraldine.


South Canterbury offers a lifestyle that is the envy of many. A relaxed pace of life, easy access to amenities, good schooling, low crime rates, and freedom from city stresses.

Without traffic jams, less time is spent commuting which means more time for friends and family. As well as our excellent medical and educational facilities, a vibrant and enterprising business sector, we also boast an abundance of sporting and recreational facilities which combines well with our sunny climate.

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