The Estate

The estate is comprised of four key areas



Including various historic buildings such as the Castle, the Stables, the Villa, the Jail house, Dansey’s Hut and Taylor’s Cottage



An educational campus and facility including 200 seat restaurant, pool, indoor gym, theatre, classrooms, workshops, dormitories, tennis courts and  administration building



Giant lawns, a fruit orchard and field garden all adjoining  a 2800 acre working farm and 10 acre vineyard



A collection of three bedroom character houses used as accommodation


To be able to envisage Campbell Park Estate, think of a historic English estate set in amongst majestic trees, with a castle as its centre-piece overlooking green sweeping lawns. Here you feel instantly at ease and at peace because of the quietness, interrupted only by the sounds of the birds and sheep. There is no vehicle noise, everywhere you look is green with the towering trees and lawn, and you feel warmly wrapped by the hills hugging the sides of the valley of which you are in. You feel alone but not lonely because you still feel apart of a small and select community.

When looking at the historic buildings, you are reminded of another time and place, and this helps to remove you from your everyday life. You have a real feeling of freedom because of the open nature and physical aspects of the environment but the biggest sense of freedom comes as your thoughts start to freely flow as well.

You make Campbell Park Estate your own

– it’s individual, inspiring.

Campbell Park Estate registered in New Zealand as Campbell Park Estate