Nokomai Station is a high country sheep and cattle station situated one hours drive from Queenstown and Te Anau. Nokomai was first settled in 1857 by Donald Cameron, a Scottish settler, and is currently owned by the Hore family. Nokomai is one of the larger properties in New Zealand and is well known for both it's farming and gold mining history. Another feature is the Mataura River, a world famous trout fishing river, which winds it's way through the southern end of the property.
Nokomai Valley Accommodation is a recent addition to the Station. It gives you the opportunity to come and experience Station life yourself as well as take advantage of the great variety of activities available. Activities include fishing, mountain biking, hiking, horse riding, or take advantage of Nokomai Helicopters and plan a day excursion back-country fishing or visit Milford Sound or other destinations. The choice is yours.
Nokomai is a high country sheep and cattle station located between the Garvie Mountains and Slate range of Northern Southland.
Nokomai Valley offers visitors comfortable, stylish cottage accommodation set among the old trees and stone house of the original station homestead.
Nokomai is well positioned as a base for fly-fishing anglers with at least 27 different rivers and streams within an hours drive.
Nokomai Helicopters' main pilot is James Hore. James has grown up at Nokomai and is well acquainted with both the local area and further afield.
Nokomai is one of the larger properties in New Zealand and offers great walking and hiking opportunities.
Explore the Station's tracks on your bike and prepare for some tough up-hill climbs and some speedy descents! For the more relaxed, pedal your way down to the river for a swim.