In the last two posts I showed where the station building was relocated to after NZR sold it, and what it looks like today. I don't know when that happened, but probably sometime after 1985 when the station was fully closed.
Here is the overall layout of the station.
The ballast siding went right towards the river, crossing over the main highway, and the embankment downgrade to the crossing remains clear today. The area directly behind the station building was set out as a township, and you can still see the section boundaries on that map, but there is nothing left of that settlement today. There is an old church and some possibly period houses alongside the highway to the north of the ballast siding, and a couple of other houses nearer the station, but of course the relevance of them to the railway isn't clear to me.