Otago Peninsula Trust News

Otago Peninsula Trust News

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 →

Wrap up of the Otago Peninsula Photography Contest 2014

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 →

A Unique Tour in September

Watching the Albatross chicks at Taiaroa Head The Royal Albatross Centre is alive with action and anticipation during September. It is around this time of the year that the focus of attention transitions from albatross chicks leaving the nest to adults returning to begin breeding after a year off travelling the South-Pacific ocean. There are.. read more →

Newsletter – August 2014

Stay up to date with the Otago Peninsula Trust There has been a lot of action happening around the Otago Peninsula Trust recently. See our newsletter below to read all about the upgrades to the Glenfalloch Chalet, the progress of the Albatross chicks at Taiaroa Head and a few special articles for you to enjoy!.. read more →

The Glenfalloch Garden Chalet’s Winter Makeover…

The Trust took over the management of Glenfalloch restaurants and function centre in May. Since then, the chalet has been a hive of activity with everyone pulling out all stops to have this fabulous space spruced up, reinvented and ready to open for business in September. Well known local chef and food writer, Judith Cullen,.. read more →

Chocolate for Fairies Festival at Glenfalloch Garden on TV3 News

http://www.3news.co.nz/nznews/chocolate-carnival-not-all-about-eating-2014071709     read more →

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: glenda@albatross.org.nz  or.. read more →