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Central Otago

Alexandra, Cromwell, New Zealand
+64 3-440 0637
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14 Jul 2016
“High Country Fun”
30 Dec 2015
“Very interesting place to visit with lots of history and attractions”
Alexandra, Cromwell, New Zealand
+64 3-440 0637
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Reviewed 15 July 2016

Loved the high country, the sights and sounds the people and the wildlife - We are planning our next holiday in Cromwell as the focal point, I can't wait!

Thank Lsas26
Reviewed 30 December 2015

The area offers so much variety from the superb wineries to the rugged beauty of the landscape. The 4WD tracks take you to places you never thought existed, providing an insight into the life of the early gold miners. The lakes also offer many activities...More

Thank Neville S
Reviewed 11 November 2015 via mobile

I stayed in Queenstown a total of 3 nights recently and the made a return trip to Dunedin on the Eastt Coast, travelling Route 8 to Dunedin and the 'pig route' 85 back. Central Otago is stunning this time of year. I travelled throu g...More

Thank Albywon
Reviewed 5 November 2015

This is a laid back area full of rich gold mining history, wineries from small to large featuring a whole lot of choices, scenery from canyons,lakes, mountains and bonus very warm people that really cater to tourism and appreciate tourism as a business (unlike the...More

Thank Teresa H
Reviewed 15 September 2015

Central Otago offers stunning landscapes, superb wines and wonderful hospitality. The Central Otago Rail Trail has opened up so many opportunities for a variety of businesses to be successful. Keep up the good work.

Thank 654Helen1950
Reviewed 21 July 2015

From the huge Lake Dunstan and its water sports. The amazing Rock formations on the Pisa Range and its walking, Mountain Biking and 4WDing to the hug Dunstan Range with its gold mining history, walking and vineyards. This area has loads to offer. Cromwell is...More

Reviewed 13 February 2015

This area of NZ is famed for its wonderful wineries growing Pinot Noir and Riesling. Also it was the site of a great explosion of gold mining and a lot of that history still exists. The lakes, countryside and mountains make this area a stunning...More

Thank ChefCliveM
Reviewed 29 January 2015

Cromwell has a rich history of 19th Century gold mining. Unfortunately the bulk of the old historic town was submerged by the Clyde dam in the 1970's however there is still a remnant of historic buildings that are well worth visiting. Panning, sluicing and dredging...More

Thank Conway10
Reviewed 18 June 2014

Central Otago is beautiful to drive through and has incredible Pinots. Definitely worth stopping by a winery or two, especially if you like a more complex Pinot, in the Burgundy style. Had the best time at the Amisfield Cellar Door. The location is beautiful, staff...More

1  Thank Shaelyne J
Reviewed 16 June 2014

Loved Queenstown, Alexandra, Arrowtown, Lake Wakatipu. Lovely weather, great restaurants catering for all tastes and purses.

Thank MaggieMay576
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