Cathedral Peaks Station comprises 2,000 acres of farmland with the privileged position of bordering the Fiordland National Park, recognised by the United Nations as a World Heritage Site.
Cathedral Peaks Station is home to sheep, deer, cattle, beehives and berries, and provides fresh produce daily to Cabot Lodge.
The topography of Cathedral Peaks Station allows for 360 degree views of Fiordland and there are a number of walks for guests of all fitness levels to enjoy while on the property. Guests can climb to the highest peak of the farm, to a seated lookout for a well-deserved rest and breathtaking views, or wander down to the secluded jetty on the peaceful Waiau River for a romantic picnic.
Daily guests are provided with the opportunity to take part in and experience New Zealand farming life, with tours of our beehives, 4WD tours of the property, whip cracking classes, and watching our top staff member, Sam the sheep dog, in action.
There are countless opportunities to explore and discover the beauty of New Zealand on this authentic and captivating property.