Hunter Valley Station is a large scale high country property positioned at the head waters of Lake Hawea in the Queenstown Lakes District.
With over thirty kilometres of lakefront access encompassing both Lake Hawea and Lake Wanaka, the property also encompasses approximately thirteen kilometres of frontage to the Hunter River.
The station offers a truly majestic setting with mountainous terrain that adjoins Mount Aspiring National Park, a World Heritage Area. The property itself has close to 6,500 hectares of land plus currently an additional special lease comprising of 2,950 hectares in the adjoining Cameron Valley.
The merino sheep and cattle farm has a long history and is often revered due to its commanding position and privacy. With approximately 13,000-13,500 stock units, the property has numerous farm buildings and approximately 80 kilometres of formed roads and tracks.
This scenic high country farm also offers a substantial natural environment on which to recreate. From hiking in the hills to fishing the remote back country river there is plenty of opportunity for outdoor activity on Hunter Valley Station.
With vast areas of native forest for hunting and valleys and streams to explore, this is a beautiful and natural environment. In addition, the Hunter River can be described as the pure essence of the Southern Alps with its abundant stocks of wild brown and rainbow trout and land-locked salmon.
The property also has several, huts and five bedroom lake front homestead with an outlook worthy of a postcard.
With numerous beautiful river valleys, snow capped mountains and remote wilderness, the views from the property are simply stunning and unforgettable. Hunter Valley Station could be described as a living masterpiece with its grandeur and position overlooking Lake Hawea.