Got a great photo? Otago Peninsula Photo Contest Open.

2016 Otago Peninsula Photo Contest is open.  Celebrate Otago Peninsula and enter the contest now! The Otago Peninsula Photo Contest offers people the chance to celebrate the beauty of the Otago Peninsula’s unique wildlife, scenery and people. The contest entries are hosted by the Royal Albatross Centre as part of Otago Peninsula Trust Enterprises. Partners.. read more →

July School Holiday Fun

Otago Peninsula Trust Enterprises exciting events for July School Holidays! • ALBATROSS EXPRESS TOURS. How heavy can a chick actually be? What do they eat? What’s the wingspan of the biggest seabird? Discover huge Royal Albatross chicks at the world’s only mainland Royal Albatross breeding colony. Express tours at expressly special prices. 13 July + 15.. read more →

Glenfalloch Restaurant opening hours

Regular opening times for the Glenfalloch Restaurant are: Thursdays to Sundays 11am until 3.30pm. Book online at BOOKINGS RECOMMENDED Ph: 4761006 or 4761775 read more →

Seven Wonders of the Otago Peninsula

Otago Peninsula and Taiaroa Head is a unique and very special place. It is a place that every visitor to Dunedin should see. – David Attenborough, BBC The Otago Peninsula is full of a range of awe-inspiring wildlife, scenery, the picturesque Otago Harbour and of course there’s the friendly local residents. Known as the Wildlife.. read more →

Discover the Serenity of Glenfalloch Gardens

Even when old man nor’easter whips Otago Harbour into a frenzy of white caps, there’s serenity to be discovered in a glade above the water near Macandrew Bay on the Otago Peninsula. To be found under a giant Japanese maple outside Glenfalloch’s Chalet restaurant. Glenfalloch. Hidden glen. Sheltering a microclimate that belies the elemental nature.. read more →

Wrap up of the Otago Peninsula Photography Contest

Wrap-up of the 2014 Otago Peninsula Photography Contest The inaugural Otago Peninsula Photography Contest was held in 2014 to engage with the local residents and visitors to the area to allow them to share their impressive photography skills. It provided entrants with the opportunity to celebrate the beauty of the Otago Peninsula’s unique wildlife, scenery.. 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 →

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 →

New Zealand Gardens Trust Conference

Saturday 6th April 2013, 8.30am – 10.00pm Sunday 7th April 2013, 8.30am – 4.00pm St Margaret’s College, 333 Leith Street, Dunedin Deep South – Dramatic and diverse. Hope to see you all at the next New Zealand Gardens Trust Conference in Dunedin. Click for details NZ Gardens Trust Conference 2013 read more →

Art in the Homestead!

Art in the Homestead took place on Sunday 14-October and here is a small blog about the day. Art in the home stead – October 2012 read more →