The Carriage at Rockwood Station looks like it has been here for decades, but in fact, it only just opened this year. Owners Ben and Cheryl spent years renovating the historic goods train carriage. Now they are restoring it to its former glory for curious tourists, an article unveiled.
Windwhistle’s fifth-generation farmers truly care about the land and its history. Over 40 hectares of forest are located behind the homestead. There are tracks that take you into the tranquility and allow you to experience the native bush.
You won’t get bored with the many tramps and walks that run through the station.
The carriage is surrounded by the Hororata River, which has a natural swimming hole. This makes it a great place to cool off in the summer and explore with your kids in the winter. If you’re brave enough you can jump in for a bit of a polar plunge after a hot outdoor bath!
Rural Canterbury’s high-country farms are breathtaking. The rolling hills are dominated by huge snowy mountains and glaciers. Many of these people have started small-scale tourism businesses to welcome tourists to areas that might not otherwise be accessible, the writer of the article said.
It’s crucial to not only grow and evolve but also take care of our local businesses as the world changes and moves. It’s a great time to visit New Zealand. You will find that you have more places than you used to before the pandemic. Additionally, you will be helping families and small businesses offer creative experiences.
There is also an outdoor deck soaking in the sun. It is rare to find a place where you feel free to move beyond the fence, and you are able to stay for a while.
You can forget all the worries of the world in a large city near you, without wi-fi or 5G. You can bring food and enjoy nature-filled escapes with all the comforts you would expect from home, including lots of marshmallows and woolly blankets.