New Zealand Sheep and Wool Tour 2020
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Tour Highlights

Kicking off in Christchurch on 10 May we will head South through some of New Zealands finest countryside.

Finishing in Queenstown, there is an opportunity for you to stay on and enjoy all that Queenstown has to offer.

While we are still finalising the full itinerary to include a diverse mix of operations, here is a little of what will be an unforgettable experience:

  • Pemberley Farm – An intensive sheep and beef finishing operation under pivot irrigation
  • Bog Roy Station – situated in the heart of the MacKenzie Country, a merino business producing some of NZ’s finest wool
  • Glenbrook Station – A merino business selling direct to the US to manufacture merino clothing for Point6
  • Ardgour Station - A 9,500 stock unit, 3,159 ha property located in the Ardgour Valley 35km south east of Wanaka and 25km north of Cromwell which includes a 40ha cherry development.
  • Brenssell Farm – a large scale cross bred sheep and beef business with a focus on incorporating innovation and technology
  • CAJ Van der Voort – NZ’s largest independent apple grower
  • Mount Aspiring Station – a high country station with an extensive sheep and beef business on the boundary of a Mt Aspiring National Park
  • Glen Dene Station – A 15,000 acre property with more than 12 miles of lakefront to both Lakes Hawea and Wanaka which has diversified into Hunting, Fishing and Tourism

Tour Dates*

Commencing: Sunday 10 May 2020, Christchurch

Concluding: Saturday 16 May 2020, Queenstown

Tour Fee**

Single occupancy: NZD$4565 per person

Twin share: NZD$3825 per person

(incl taxes)

Find out more & register


Do you have any questions?
Please contact Stella Rackham, Sponsorship & Events Manager, Rabobank

*Tour dates are inclusive, the tour begins with a late afternoon briefing on Sunday 10 May 2020 and will conclude after breakfast on Saturday 16 May 2020.

**Tour fee is per person and includes 6 nights’ accommodation, most meals, ground transport during the tour, leisure passes/activities, farm tours and industry visits, and guest speakers.

Please note: Return flights and transfers into Christchurch and out of Queenstown are not included in the tour fee. The itinerary may be subject to change if, for example, anything happens outside of our control. If such a change cannot be avoided, we will organise an alternative arrangement and notify you as soon as possible.

Minimum Numbers & Seasonal Conditions:
The tour will proceed with minimum numbers (as decided by Rabobank). In the event that the required numbers are not reached Rabobank reserves the right to postpone or cancel. In addition adverse dry or wet conditions or other circumstances outside of Rabobank's control, may mean Rabobank reserves the right to postpone or cancel.