Otago Peninsula Trust Events


Spend an enchanted evening exploring the illuminated wonders of the Glenfalloch Night Garden where spring blossoms and sparkle combine for a magical experience.

Glenfalloch will glow with golden light as installations and sculptures are showcased in our splendid garden setting.

Come and explore the beautiful spring displays and discover local artist’s creations nestled within the woodland’s landscape. A delightful event for all ages.

  • Gold coin donation. Restaurant, casual dining and foodtrucks. Live Entertainment – choirs and music to enhance the experience
  • Bring cash for purchases – Entry Donation | Food Trucks.
  • Make sure you book if you want to dine before dusk in Glenfalloch Restaurant – Dunedin’s #1 Restaurant. Famous Trust the Chef menu. 03 476 1006 restaurants@glenfalloch.org.nz
  • Transport – It’ll be busy, so please plan ahead!
  • Free shuttles from Bunnings Carpark return from 6.30 -10pm
  • Free shuttles from Macandrew Bay return from 6.30 – 10pm
  • Arrive in Ferry style with Port to Port Cruises from Otago Yacht Club to Glenfalloch return. Depart Otago Yacht Club 6;30pm, 7pm, 7;30pm | Depart Glenfalloch 9pm, 9:30pm and 10pm. $25 per adult and $15 per child return. Bookings https://www.porttoport.co.nz/book-online

Otago Peninsula Trust is pleased to sponsor this very special community event. Thank you Dunedin City Council, GoBus and Otago Peninsula Community Board for your support!

6.30pm – 10.00pm Thursday 19, Friday 20, Saturday 21 September


Otago Peninsula Trust Staff Reunion 29 September.

Otago Peninsula Trust Staff and Trustees past & present are invited to the Trust Reunion to celebrate our 50 year anniversary.

Let your Trust workmates know – we’d love to see you all again!
Please send us photos and stories of your time at OPT to share.

Contact reservations@albatross.org.nz to RSVP. We’d like the years you worked at the Trust and what your position was.

The event is at Glenfalloch – the first property the Trust purchased back in 1969- we’re also having Glenfalloch Golden Night Garden that evening, with the garden magically lit up.