One of the oldest Romney studs in the land with a heritage that dates back to the 1840s.This vast 3,000-acre estate is dotted with Romney sheep roaming among the Black Angus cattle and is considered one of New Zealands premier coastal sheep stations.
The farm is managed by expert Farm Manager Bradley Riggs who keeps a close eye on his growing flock. "Every season breathes new life and magic across Wharekauhau, highlighted by the arrival of 10,000 spring lambs and the seasonal muster to shear the flock, the place is just magic day-in, day-out"
Bound by natural borders between mountains, gorges and the sea, our farm has a unique topography which can make it a farming challenge, but it is also one of the world’s most beautiful "offices." The property has a ten-mile Pacific coastline, and is framed by a mountain range running North-to-South on our western boundary. To the east we have the shores of Lake Onoke and the protected habitat of the Onoke sand-spit.