Last updated on September 22, 2016
Our Hunting lodges are based in Fairlie in central South Island, all within 5 - 30 minutes of our hunting properties.
The lodges cater for single hunters, couples and families of corporate group hunts. Clients will enjoy they own personal chef where they will be treated to three course meals every evening, including local beer and wines. Meals consist of wild game, local beef, chicken, fish, lamb and home grown vegetables. A hot cooked breakfast with juice and coffee and made lunches are provided each day.
All rooms have their own ensuites with wifi, cell phone coverage, laundry facilities and cable TV. Situated in this beautiful part of the South Island, surrounded by snow capped mountains and lakes, they are only seven minutes from the local country town, 40 mins to the city and ocean and 20 minutes - 1 hour from all our local sightseeing attractions.
Both lodges are only two minutes apart.
Red Stag Lodge
Retired farmers, Margaret and Brian host our main lodge, and you will be entertained with their great sense of humour and local knowledge. Margaret's cooking, using local produce, will keep your stomach content and your glass full.
Free Range Hunting Lodge
Rhonda's farming background and love for cooking keeps our hunters and non hunters well satisfied, with her personal attention you will feel more like good friends than clients.
The lodge suits single hunters, one couple or two hunters, and has all the modern comforts of a lodge.
With a big fire place to relax by in the evenings over cocktails, Rhonda and Jim give you personal attention 24 hours a day that will complement that total 'experience of the hunt'.
For those who want to experience true wilderness hunts, our cabins on our huge private properties are perfect.
Wake up in the morning and step outside while the coffee is brewing and start glassing red stag, tahr, fallow or chamois.
This is hunting and nature at its finest and will take you back to what a traditional free range hunt is all about, without the worry of having other hunters or helicopters in the area.