Although today Flock Hill is best known for its dramatic landscapes and its 36,000 acre high country sheep station, it has also played an important role in New Zealand's Maori history and the colourful West Coast stage coach days.
Flock Hill Station is owned by the University of Canterbury and leased by Flock Hill Holdings.
Richard & Anna Hill have been managing the Flock Hill Station farm for over ten years.
They stock merino sheep, cattle and grow feed stock.
The Accommodation & Event Venue
Six cottages with two to four bedrooms and a backpacker facility provides travellers the perfect place to stay near Arthur's Pass National Park.
The small conference centre and endless picturesque spots offers the perfect venue for weddings or any small corporate getaway. General Manager Timonthy Heine is always on hand to assist guest needs!