Glenfalloch Garden jetty

Small dark clouds skudded across the sky as Dunedin’s pre-spring weather was swallowed up and transformed into another bout of cold winter snow days. The wind picked up and sped across the top of the water causing white caps, the shags came in from sea taking shelter on the Glenfalloch jetty.  Lining up on the wooden handrails, clinging by the.. read more →

We are looking for working Artists to come work in Glenfalloch Garden  from 12.30pm till 4.30pm and sell your work Sunday 12th October for our annual Art in the Garden event in celebration of the blooming of our beautiful historical rhododendrons.  $25 for a table.   To book your spot in the Garden email:  or.. read more →

Fairy Toadstools Recipe

The Cadbury Chocolate Carnival events at Glenfalloch this year were a huge success. Lots of money was raised for charity, the kids had fun fishing for fairies, hunting down gnomes and showcasing their dogs at Glenfalloch and there was the famous Jaffa Race down Baldwin Street! The Toadstools at Glenfalloch were a popular setting for.. read more →

Easter School Holidays at the Royal Albatross Centre

The School Holidays are a fantastic time to visit the local attractions that people come form all over the world to see. The Royal Albatross Centre loves the holidays and Easter as much as you, so and this year are celebration with a special School Holiday deal for families. Between the 17th of April and.. read more →

Electric Green Bike riding weather

Journalist Bronwyn Williams, fashion writer and beauty editor is visiting Dunedin for  iD Fashion Week.  She arrived at Glenfalloch Garden and took a ride along the Otago Peninsula with her collegue on this beautiful autumn afternoon.  They had a leisurely ride and stopped in for a browse at Broad Bay China Shop. read more →

Perfect conditions for biking

The last two days have been perfect autumn conditions for cruising round the bays of the Otago Peninsula on the Green electric, pedal assist bikes.  Yesterday a group of three took the high road and came back the low road, visiting the Castle, Broad Bay China and had time for a coffee.  Photos to come. read more →