Costal Otago & Southland
 
Oamaru and the Waitaki District - Naturally Bolder

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Clark''s Mill


A 19th-century engineering marvel, Clark’s Flour Mill and its labyrinth of restored machinery give insight into New Zealand’s industrial heritage. 

Open: Nov–April: Sundays 1–3pm. Machinery ...





Harbourside Gifts & Souvenirs


Gifts and souvenirs including Possum-Merino accessories.
Open 7 days.





 

Harbourside, Oamaru''s Historic Precinct


Many of Oamaru''s majestic whitestone buildings reside within this historic precinct, once the business hub with banks, hotels, grain and wool stores. Today being revitalised with shops and restaurant ...





 

Kurow Golf Club








Lazycat Pottery and Tileworks


Contemporary NZ Art Craft + Design in a historic setting. Handmade Tiles, Felt, Quality Glass, Stone, Copper, Garden-Art, Toys, NZ-icons, Gifts & More. Working Pottery Tile Works. Hand made tile c ...





 

Lower Waitaki Golf Club








Market Promenade


Upstairs every Sunday. Specialty shops, studios and boutiques.





Matanaka


Otago''s First Farm
The first European settlers along the Otago coast were whalers who worked at shore whaling stations set up in various bays and inlets in the 1830s. In 1838 Johnny Jones ...





 

North Otago Golf Club








North Otago Museum


Where there are riches there are people; & where there are people, stories flow ...

The Museum is situated in the historic 1882 Athenæum building and has a collection that reflect ...





Oamaru Auto Collection


Boasting over 30 vehicles from Vintage and Classic to Historic Motorsport, this motoring museum, in the heart of Oamaru’s Historic Precinct, is a must visit for the enthusiast.   Our m ...





Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony


Be captivated by nature!

The Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony is well known for its night viewing.  But it is much more than a viewing stand and ramp to watch penguins come ashor ...





Oamaru-Dunedin Shuttle


Regular door to door coach service between Oamaru and Dunedin and vice versa. Kakanui, Moeraki Boulders, Karitane, and Dunedin Airport as required. Forget parking problems, sit back and relax. Pick up ...





Oamaru Public Gardens


Est. 1876
Oamaru Gardens are one of the oldest and finest in NZ.
13 hectares of stunning established gardens and features.  Open daily from dawn till dusk.

A wide variety ...





Slightly Foxed Secondhand Books


Quality books bought and sold. Open Sun 10am-4pm. Mon-Sat 10am-5:00pm (May-Sept 4:00pm)





The Forrester Gallery


The gallery has an active exhibitions programme as well as an extensive permanent collection of works relevant to the region.

The art bank - A unique interplay of art and architecture withi ...





The Photo Shoppe


Victorian sepia portraits, costumes provided. Open 7 days.





The Woolstore Galleries


The Woolstore Complex - OPEN 7 DAYS
Upstairs every Sunday.  Specialty shops, studios and boutiques.






Totara Estate


In 1882, Totara Estate prepared New Zealand’s first export of refrigerated mutton, signalling the start of a multi-billion dollar industry. The restored farm buildings reflect the working history of a ...





Waitaki Aquatic Centre


Indulge in the water culture!  Enjoy a hydrotherapy spa, or have fun in an aquarobic class.  Lane swimming and water-jogging in this spacious complex.  Children''s facilities and slide. ...





Whitestone Cheese Factory Shop and Cafe


In the limestone country of the central South Island, New Zealand, there is a place touched by a kind of magic that can''t be found anywhere else in the world. It''s in the air, the water, the past ...





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