Nestled amongst tranquil lakes, pristine rivers, and towering mountains, the 9,884 acres of New Zealand’s Cairn Station are home to 9,000 Merino sheep, and 300 Angus cattle.
Ben and Clare Aubrey are the third generation to farm Cairn Station since its establishment in 1916, following in the footsteps of Ben’s father Jack, and grandfather Bill.
Skilled stewardship and sustainable management, complimented by generations of hard work, has ensured that the proud heritage of Cairn Station is maintained.
The family takes great pride in the achievements of Cairn Station over the generations, and is delighted to have the opportunity to share their passion with those who recognize the quality of the natural products they help produce.
The property is situated on the Benmore range, overlooking Mount Cook and the Mackenzie Basin, with Lake Benmore to the east.