Boomrock is situated on 8 kms of stunning coastline, with some of the world’s most exciting and innovative activities, stylish cuisine and impeccable hospitality.

Waves thunder against the 250-metre cliffs and echo back out across the expansive sea, giving this remarkable place its name – Boomrock.

Welcome To Boomrock

Extreme Experiences in an Exclusive Location

Just 25 minutes from Wellington City on a 3000 acre farm, Boomrock’s natural beauty and views across to the South Island will take your breath away.

Boomrock is comprised of three venues, The Lodge, The Track and The Bunkers. While here guests can enjoy our stunning views and lighthearted activities or opt for the adrenalin junkies’ dream. You can utilise one or all of the areas and facilities.

All venues offer a variety of challenges and thrilling experiences including rally car racing, hot laps, all terrain 4WD, archery, knife throwing, extreme golf, claybird shooting and even the chance to fly a chopper.

The ultimate venue for weddings, corporate entertaining, Christmas celebrations, birthdays, conferences, incentive groups, stag and hens parties.

Calling all Duck Shooters

February 23rd, 2014 admin

Maybe your barrels weren’t quite as hot as they should have been at the maimai last year and the tally was down?  Get your duck shooting teams to The Bunkers this season to hone your skills and ensure a better success rate this year at our pre season duck shooter events.

Take aim with the latest Beretta at our range of targets from simulated Duck to Driven Pheasant and Grouse. 

Get your team of five together for either a morning or afternoon shoot followed by a stunning game meal and story telling around the table.  What goes on tour stays on tour!

Click here for more information then email or call  to book your spot ASAP!

The all new BMW X5 release!

November 10th, 2013 admin

We couldn’t be more excited about the beautiful new BMW X5 which was launched last Friday by our good friends at Jeff Gray BMW.

This incredible worldwide launchfilm was shot right here in New Zealand