Our Yoga with Alpacas is coming up soon! People loved the previous event, so make sure that you don’t miss out! 23rd January 2021 at 5.30pm on our alpaca farm in Gordonton. Visit our website for more info and to book. Limited spaces available.
Spinning Live Demo Saturday 19th December 2020 10am-4pm
Experienced spinners will be spinning with alpaca fibre!
Try your hand at spinning and ask your questions!
Selected alpaca yarn and raw alpaca fleeces will be on SPECIAL.
The Alpaca Feeding Trail and Farm Tours are available (visit our website)
This Valentine’s Day, treat your special someone to a romantic sunset picnic with alpacas in the fields at Cornerstone Alpaca Stud.
Come and spend a beautiful evening with a picnic meal for two while enjoying the sunset over our little slice of paradise from 7.00pm on Sunday 14 February 2021 for the perfect date night.
Our beautiful alpacas will be grazing in the surrounding fields to add to the atmosphere and create the perfect photo opportunity. They’re curious too and love to make new friends.
Tickets cost: $98.00 for two people
Click here to buy!
- Picnic meal for two (options available for special dietary requirements like gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, etc.)
- Private picnic spot hire including:
- picnic blanket
- fairy lights
- Alpaca food
Limited tickets available, don't miss out! Click here to buy your ticket now!
To everyone that attended our Christmas Market; all our stalls, shoppers, foodies, helpers, music makers, community, team and alpaca fans, to all of you THANK YOU! We appreciate you all!
Lets start 2021 the right way!
Alpaca your mat and join us for an afternoon of yoga in the fields 2021 and relax, while our beautiful alpacas meander in the surrounding fields.
Shake off your back-to-work blues with an afternoon of relaxation from 5.30pm on Saturday 23 January 2020.
Kayla at Conscious and Co. will be taking us through an invigorating flow session in the vinyasa style.
This class is suitable for all levels (beginner to advanced) and following the yoga class there will be sunblock, refreshments and snacks provided.
Tickets cost $20 per person. Tickets available from our online shop or just click here
- Your own yoga mat
- Any yoga props you may have that you'd like to use (optional)
We recommend wearing comfortable exercise clothes in layers - as we will be outside.
The baby season has started at Cornerstone Alpacas! Every day is an exciting day of possible surprises!
The babies are up on their feet within 30-60 minutes and the alpaca mums are great mums. You will not believe how tall the cria is at birth. They run around with their mates within a day or 2.
Visit our farm for a tour or the feeding trail, and see the new born babies, and possibly a birth if you're lucky!
Don’t miss our great Singles Day deal for one day only!
Mega-sale on our Alpaca Farm Tours - Buy your Farm Tour online on 11/11 and receive 20% Discount!
On the 28th of November, from 4pm - 8pm, Cornerstone Alpaca Stud will be hosting its first annual Christmas market in Gordonton (49 Peach Rd.)
Join us for an unforgettable sunset market on the farm, with live music and friendly alpacas. Arts & Crafts, food, drinks, and alpaca feeding will be available.
STALL SPACE AVAILABLE: We warmly invite all local businesses, crafts people, artisans, producers and artists to join us for an unforgettable evening market!
Stalls: $35 incl. GST - 3m x 3m space
There are limited food truck (6m x 3m $70 incl. GST) and busking spaces ($10 incl. GST) available as well.
To book or for more information please email us: email@example.com
Cornerstone Alpaca Stud is proud to be part of Shop Small by American Express. Shop Small is a global movement and encourages customers to support small businesses.
It is a great idea and we are thankful to kiwis that are out there supporting local small businesses. Thank you Amex for caring and encouraging all of New Zealand (and the global market) to participate in this and help small businesses go forward.
"Sonja and David Blom run Cornerstone Alpacas in Gordonton and are having to change their business in the time of Covid-19."
The story was covered by the Waikato Times. Click on the link to read the full article by Kirsty Lawrence.