Rees Valley Station is an 18,000 hectare High Country sheep and cattle station in the Lakes District of Otago, located near the township of Glenorchy at the Head of Lake Wakatipu.

The current owners are the Scott family who first purchased the property in 1905.  Kate, Diane and Eric are the fourth generation of the family to live on the property and their mother Iris is a well-known long term Glenorchy resident, veterinarian and subject of the 2012 book High Country Woman: My Life on Rees Valley Station.

The station runs approximately 5,000 merino sheep with an average micron of around 17.5 and 200 Hereford beef cattle.  During much of the year many of these animals will be scattered across the western slopes of the Richardson Ranges in the upper reaches of the Rees River on the true left (eastern) side of the catchment.