Welcome to Glazebrook

A Hunter's Paradise - Not for the Faint Hearted

Rugged and unspoilt hunting in New Zealand.

Not for the faint hearted, Glazebrook is a vast private estate with 25,000 acres of rugged natural beauty that will at once challenge and inspire the passionate hunter. Nothing can prepare you for the Glazebrook hunting experience – rugged and unspoilt, this isolated high country station will simply take your breath away.

And at the end of a hard days hunting relax in our lodge nestled into a steep slope high above the headwaters of the Waiopahi River, and enjoy gourmet meals and fine wine. Try your hand at any of the outdoor activities on offer including fly fishing, field archery and target shooting, or simply absorb the deafening sounds of utter silence.

Stand in awe of nature at her elemental best, yet leave feeling king of the mountains. Step back in time and enjoy hunting the way it used to be.

Stunning landscape and a powerful natural energy.

The hunting season begins in late February and continues to the end of August. Our guides are high country specialists and work tirelessly to put you in the right place at the right time.

For those in search of the ultimate trophy, Glazebrook’s game estate offers over 3000 acres of extreme hunting, including trophy red stag and fallow buck. Chamois are hunted from the snow-capped mountain peaks, fully-guided and accessible by helicopter.


In the heart of New Zealand’s high country, protected by the steep faces that rise from the pristine Waihopai River Valley, lies Glazebrook Station. This majestic 25,000 acre sporting property offers an isolated and unspoiled experience in an authentic New Zealand South Island high country station, with plentiful modern conveniences.

The famous vineyards of New Zealand’s Marlborough District are down river from Glazebrook Station on the way to the village of Blenheim, just 90 minutes away.


Hunting at Glazebrook was an experience that I’ll remember for a long time to come, the free range hunting was fantastic with the Red Stags, Fallow and pigs in abundance. The wild South Island scenery and cold mountain air gives you that sense of calm that only comes from being away from it all. The guides are very knowledgeable and certainly work hard to ensure you go home with the trophy you’re after, they can cater the hunting around you with a four wheeler allowing access to the higher tops on the station. This also allows you to make your hunts as easy or as hard as you like, because as spectacular as it is, the terrain is unforgiving to those that are physically challenged.Accommodation is very nice with plenty of hot water and heating to relax weary muscles after a day in the hills, which makes a welcome change from always having roughed it in a camp. The food served is enough to feed a small army and the service is second to none.I’d thoroughly recommend a hunt at Glazebrook to anyone and I for one will definitely be back to do it all again. Hot barrels!

Fudd, Q., Western Australia.