Our primary lodge on 20 acres is located in Fairlie, New Zealand

...located within 5 - 30 minutes of our hunting properties.

All Seasons Lodge is nestled between the four peaks and Albury Mountains ranges. Our country town of Fairlie in South Canterbury is known as the "Gateway to the Mackenzie Country" named after the legendary Jock Mackenzie, the Scottish sheep rustler who once roamed the mountains.

Your hosts Rhonda and Jim offer their clients a comfortable place to relax and rejuvenate on this 20 acre private setting, while taking in the breath taking views of the ranges.

During your stay, you will be treated to delicious home cooked New Zealand cuisine accompanied by complimentary local beer or wine before retiring to comfortable warm beds. After a great night’s sleep, you can enjoy a cooked or continental breakfast.






"Jim your a very hard working guide and outfitter and it was great my wife could come on the hunts with us. You have great knowledge of the land and game that you hunt it was a lot of fun. Rhonda, your hospitality and meals back at the lodge were second to none. We would like to thank you both for the great time we had with New Zealand Safaris. We would recommend you to anyone looking for and great hunting experience."

~ Kevin & MaryBeth Pollock, Utah, USA

Sunrise at All Seasons Lodge


...A Few Things To Know

The pretty farming town of Fairlie marks the beginning of the Mackenzie Country. Just west of here, Burke Pass takes you into the high altitude, tussock-covered expanses that characterise the region.

While you're in town and looking for local non-hunting things to do, a visit to the Fairlie Heritage Museum is recommended. It houses one of the biggest vintage wagon and carriage collections in the country. You may like to follow this up with a carriage ride if you're travelling with a spouse or family around Fairlie township. At lunch time, the locals recommend you try a salmon and bacon pie at the award-winning Lieber Bakehouse.

In winter (June - September), Fairlie is a base for skiing at Mt Dobson (affectionately known as 'Dobo') and Roundhill.

During warmer months, the recently created Lake Opuha is popular for boating and fishing; you can also take a Llama trek around the lake. Hiking, horse riding, mountain biking, trout fishing and farm tours are other popular activities.

The Raincliff Historic Reserve is the place to see Maori rock art, and famously scenic Lake Tekapo is just 25 minutes' drive away.



All Seasons Lodge, Fairlie, NZ

The heart of New Zealand Safaris is our 20 acre All Seasons Lodge, conveniently located with 5 to 30 minutes from almost all of our game properties.