Beretta New Zealand and Bracu have collaborated to bring you Auckland's premium activity and dining experience. Set amidst the Olive trees on the stunning Simunovich Olive Estate, the shooting and activity grounds comprise of over 18 clay shooting stands and 20 wireless clay bird traps.
Set over three locations, all of our activities cater for the absolute novice through to the most experienced shot and offer a range of targets.
In 1526, Mastro Bartolomeo Beretta received payment for 185 arquebus barrels sold to the Arsenal of Venice. For almost 500 years Beretta has been known for its commitment to quality and excellence.
Today that same dedication to fine craftsmanship is skillfully combined with state-of-the-art manufacturing methods to produce a vast range of field, competition and military firearms. While continuing its tradition as one of the world’s most famous firearms manufacturers, the Beretta brand now includes field sports accessories and apparel.
Throughout this expansion the commitment to quality and excellence remain the bedrock of the company and an unchanging key to Beretta’s worldwide success. Handed down through fifteen generations of the Beretta family, today the business is run by Caviliere Ugo Gussalli Beretta and his sons, Pietro and Franco.
The Simunovich Olive Estate in the Bombay Hills, home to the renowned and award winning Bracu Restaurant, produces premium quality extra virgin olive oil and an extensive range of olive oil based skin care and beauty products.
Bracu Restaurant offers elegant and contemporary fine dining in a truly exceptional setting. Experience the exquisite dishes prepared by talented Head Chef Logan Clark with seasonal offerings from the Estate’s own gardens and passionate local producers while you relax on the all-weather verandah or inside the magnificently restyled Kauri villa by the fire.
The Simunovich family bought the 100 hectare Bombay property in 1999 and decided to create New Zealand's own little piece of Croatia. Now, with more than 40,000 olive trees, the Simunovich property is now the biggest privately-owned olive estate in New Zealand, producing up to 150,000 kilograms of fruit and 80,000 litres of oil every season.