I take it you are in New Zealand? North or south?
First note is that while stacking on a slope might seem like a good idea, the fire threat remains and it probably would not do the existing trees much good. Need to be stacked in open ground if treated in a Hugelkultur fashion, that is covered with soil and allowed to rot over years. Some would claim that the fire threat remains even when covered with soil.
An ideal solution would be to see if someone else would bear the cost of chipping and shipping. Scout the local area for greenhouses using biomass as a fuel. If the grower is offered the fuel for free they might be prepared to have a large chipper go to the site, perform the grind straight into suitable trucks and then trucked back to the greenhouse site. Everything will depend of course on competing fuel supplies. A selling point might be that the Kunzea would be free of metal pieces (nails, screws) that would sometimes be found in construction waste after tub grinding. Another idea is to become familiar with the intrinsic value of Kunzea wood as fuel compared with other materials.
Second, talk to local landscaper/tree professionals. They may know of a local large construction project looking for chipped materials and might be willing to bear the cost of chip and ship.