Angus Robertson | Colliers International | Auckland Forestry

Angus Robertson



License # Licensed under the REAA 2008

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Professional Summary

Angus has a strong finance background, this accompanied by his facilitation of some large forestry transactions  gives him an in depth understand of the NZ forestry market. Angus brings youth and enthusiasm to each transaction to ensure a comprehensive sales process with all avenues explored.


  • University of Auckland - Distinction Award for Oustanding Perfomance in Accounting and Finance.
  • University of Auckland - Distinction Award for Outstanding Perfomance in Economics.
  • University of Auckland - Distinction Award for Outstanding Performance in Mathmatics 


Service Lines
Forestry, Rural and Agribusiness Sales
Property Type
Rural, Forestry
Featured News
8 Oct 2020
Gisborne forest bought by offshore investor in collaborative deal
A substantial Gisborne forest has been bought by an offshore investor in a collaborative transaction concluded by Colliers International’s specialist forestry teams in New Zealand and Germany.
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30 Mar 2020
Coromandel rural block offers lifestyle plus income
A substantial Coromandel rural block is for sale with spectacular views over the Hauraki Gulf, a large area of secluded native bush and a mature pine crop, presenting a lifestyle-plus-income opportunity.
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28 Feb 2020
Landmark Invercargil City Forests estate in South Island for sale
A substantial estate of 14 South Island forests is for sale following Invercargill City Council’s decision to divest its forestry assets.
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1 Dec 2019
Ideal opportunity to establish a commercial forest at Kaipara Hills
A 140ha rural block for sale in northwest Auckland presents an ideal opportunity to establish a new commercial forest with significant carbon earning potential.
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