GUIDED ARAPAWA SHEEP HUNTING NZ
Today’s Arapawa sheep are derived from the feral sheep originally isolated on Arapawa Island in the Marlborough Sounds, NZ. Their initial origin is uncertain, with much evidence pointing towards the flock deriving from the Merino sheep of Australia, introduced in the early 19th Century. With many strong theories also suggesting they are of middle eastern origin, brought here by the Spanish in the 15th Century. Get in touch to find out when and how you can partake in Arapawa sheep hunting in NZ.