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High Green The Cairns Lake Tekapo.
It was the wide open spaces that first brought the pioneer farmers up into the Mackenzie Basin. Large station runs were established with sweat and dog, beginning the Mackenzie's long and on-going association with the high country sheep station. Lake Tekapo was formed thousands of years ago when the glacial ice from the last ice age retreated, leaving behind a natural dam of rock debris behind which the lake was formed. It was on this ancient debris that Mt John Station was established and from the station's high points, stunning vistas of Lake Tekapo and the Mackenzie are a delight to behold. It is from this high country run that the Cairns Golf Course has been established.