Muzzle Station

Muzzle Station, The Clarence, South Island - 4 Day Tour

In collaboration with Fiona and Guy Redfern of Muzzle Station, Hamish and Jess Murray of Bluff Station, Driftwood is excited to offer you a safari to one of the most remote farms in New Zealand.

Muzzle station is not far from the seaside township of Kaikoura as the falcon flies but to get there takes over 25 river crossings by 4 wheel drive vehicle, including the main confluence the Clarence River. There is also the 1,370 metre high, steep mountain range to drive over, with the hope of stunning views and alpine plants.

Lance Godfrey, Muzzle Station, Marlborough NZ

Your driver and guide Lance Godfrey has worked at the Muzzle Station for many years and has vast experience in negotiating this amazing terrain. He is a wealth of knowledge about farming practices at the station and what is it like to live and work here in all seasons. Lance is responsible for making the station's roads open and he has many stories to tell. His past guiding was in the Kaikoura hills leading hunting parties.

Taking a break along the way.

Departure date from Blenheim, Marlborough, South Island: 

 

Monday 2nd of December 2019 SOLD OUT

Monday 9th of December 2019

 

Monday 20th of January 2020 SOLD OUT

Monday 27th of January 2020

 

Monday 30th of March 2020 SOLD OUT

Monday 6th of April 2020 SOLD OUT

 

MISSED OUT? GO ON OUR RESERVE LIST OR CONTACT US FOR NEXT SEASONS DATES

Maximum number:
8 per tour

Duration:
4 days, 3 night (2 at Muzzle Station) 

Fitness required:
There are optional short walks on this tour

Price:
$2,700 per person by SUV Toyota 4x4. Accommodation is in high country cottages with own sleeping bags. All food provided.

Sheep

We are are sponsoring rural legend Billy Black Wookman to share his passion for merino wool at the Kaikoura A&P Show. This is to thank the rural families who warmly host us

New quarters at the Muzzle Station.
Black Stream Hut.

“It was one of the best guided tours we have experienced in the South Island. The opportunity to be immersed in the landscape for those four days gave us a real appreciation of  the splendour, remoteness and isolation of Muzzle Station and the Clarence Reserve and the pleasures and extreme difficulties associated with living and working in such a remote location. ”                 Brenda and Alan Davies