The Molesworth Station

April 29, 2022

The Molesworth Station

This is the Molesworth Station, located in the top of the South Island. From a distance the Molesworth Station appears to be a rocky barren, un-inviting tussock clad wasteland with a fair amount of cattle and sheep scattered around. It is the biggest farm in New Zealand and contains the largest herd of cattle…
But I think that the Molesworth rivals Central Otago, with rolling layers of endless mountain ranges cut by wide river flats. The warm sunlight caressing the valley curves, the quiet, and the hidden lush valleys filled with a vast range of native fauna.









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