Set amongst piercing mountain peaks and lush river valleys, Halfway Bay Station is arguably one of Queenstown’s finest pristine and iconic landscapes. The station’s scale spans over 18,000 hectares of unspoiled high country including 7 kilometres of lake frontage and over 23 kilometres of frontage along the world class Lochy river. The station borders the Eyre Mountain Conservation Park which encompasses over 65,000 ha of conservation land.
Marketed for the first time in almost 40 years, holdings of this scale and water front location are very rarely made available to the open market, representing an incredible opportunity to secure a spectacular and strategic asset within Queenstown’s vibrant environment.
This outstanding property is completely private with no public road access to any portion of the station. It is self-sufficient with its own hydro power generation servicing the homestead, manger’s cottage, shearer’s quarters, wool shed and range of implement sheds. Access to the property is by light aircraft, helicopter or boat only. Multiple tracks service the station internally and make their way up into the vast valley systems.
Traditionally farmed with cattle and sheep, the station’s splendour and beauty are enhanced by stock working as land management tools within the rugged landscape.
Recreational attributes are endless. From snow-capped mountains in winter with exceptional heli-skiing, to bush clad valleys and open tops for hunting of wild red and fallow deer and of course world class fly fishing on the Lochy river. Long summer days are fantastic to enjoy the pristine waters of the lake and tranquillity of the bay while watching the setting sun on the Remarkable mountain range across the lake.
Be it a long term family investment or a syndicated approach, Halfway Bay Station is a standout property in scale, beauty and privacy not seen available in Queenstown for many many years.