Braemar Station Farm Tour
$149 / Child (16 years and under)
A minimum of 3 guests per tour is required
A backcountry scenic 4WD tour through some of New Zealand’s most impressive landscapes within The Mackenzie Country. Private access to one of NZ’s most beautiful stations, offering stunning views of Mt Cook, Mt Tasman, Lake Pukaki and the Ben Ohau Range.
- Backcountry 4WD High Country Station Tour
- Stunning views of Mt Cook & Mt Tasman, The Main Divide & Lake Pukaki
- Remote breathtaking scenery Of New Zealand’s most impressive landscapes
- Educational information on the area’s unique landforms & species
- View farm animals such as Sheep, Angus Cattle & Red Deer
- Beautiful Photography Opportunities
Duration1.5 Hours Tour Details
DepartureDriver will pick you up from your cottage
Departure TimeOn request (AM Tours & PM Tours)
Dress CodeCasual, Comfortable, Stable Footwear, Warm Jacket, Hat, Sunglasses, Camera
IncludedDriverEducational TourLight RefreshmentLight Snack
Tour NotesThere will be opportunities for photos and breathtaking vistas to enjoy. Light walking to close proximity viewpoints for photos, so stable footwear is recommended.
About Braemar Station:
Braemar Station is one of New Zealand’s most remarkable High Country Stations, offering impressive and highly memorable scenery of the Natural Outstanding Landscapes found within the Mackenzie Basin. Braemar Station is located on the Eastern Shores of the turquoise coloured Lake Pukaiki, bordered by the majestic Gammack Range in to the North, and Lake Pukaiki to the West. This traditional High Country Sheep Farming Station is 15,216 hectares in size, and has been run by the Mackenzie family since 1969. Braemar is known for having some of the best uninterrupted views of Lake Pukaiki and Mount Cook. The special landscapes discovered on this tour will leave you with a strong sense of remoteness as you journey though wide open Tall Tussock Grasslands and Red Tussock covered unique landforms of spectacular lateral moraines. The magnificent backdrops of Mt Cook NZ’s tallest peak, and the glaciated Main Divide will leave you breathless and your camera full as you take in some of the finest scenery New Zealand has to offer. Learn about the unique species that exist within New Zealand’s largest Intermontane basin, while taking in a truly memorable scenic journey from Lake Tekapo.