M48***13The Love Tree Manor in Coromwell is a large private manor. The scenery here is very beautiful, with many different Australian caves and many unique Australian fruits and flowers. The scenery is really charming. , Especially the rose garden here is the largest producer of rose essential oil in the world, it is definitely worth a walk and visit.
d36***08Mrs Jones Fruit Orchard, Chinese translation: Mrs. Jones's orchard. Located about 2 kilometers north of the famous "Fruit Town" Cromwell Town, the fruit is more beautiful and it has the charm of a fruit town. Mrs. Jones runs a fruit shop, the size of a 5-storey storefront. Outside the shop, inside the shop, and on the shelves, a variety of seasonal fruits are dazzling, bright in color, attractive fruity, inexpensive and good-quality ~ plus transportation and parking It is very convenient. The shop has a large number of customers. Those who buy large quantities~ are residents who come here on a special trip, and those who buy small ones~ are tourists who pass by. They get what they need and get what they want. Even more eye-catching than the fruit shop is the garden next door, which can be described as a unique cave. Entering the small door, you suddenly see: the elegant flowerbeds, colorful flower borders, interesting scenes, blooming flowers, and floating fragrances are dizzying and refreshing. Tips: If you don't have a shopping list, you should arrange more time to visit the garden, go shopping and take pictures, it's definitely worth it.
112***81The Otago region is located in the southern part of New Zealand's South Island. This is a winery with high latitude. There is no chance to taste the quality of the wine, but the idyllic scenery of the winery is very envious.
105***62The old gold mine is located on the road to the fruit town. There is an iron bridge across the Kawarau River. On the bridge, you can see the equipment used by the gold mine and the sheds where the Chinese workers lived. Now the gold mine has been abandoned and has become There is a relics exhibition hall, you can go in and see if you pass by.
232***65Very unique view on the top of the mountain. We were actually late for the reservation, the restaurant helped us to postpon our booking from 5:30pm to 8:00pm. We were very grateful for the assistance they offered, everything was great, great view, great foods and great people!
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Central Otago District Weather
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Feb 25, 2021
8 ~ 21℃
Feb 26, 2021
14℃ / 26℃
Feb 27, 2021
15℃ / 27℃
Feb 28, 2021
13℃ / 27℃
Mar 1, 2021
13℃ / 26℃
Mar 2, 2021
12℃ / 24℃
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Central Otago District
Feb 25, 2021 Central Otago District Weather:Intermittent Clouds, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:45%, Sunrise/Sunset:07:12/20:37
Central Otago District Driving:Suitable, Running:Suitable, Cycling:Suitable
On the way from Wanaka to Pukaki, I passed the fruit town and passed the Lindis Pass. This valley road connects the Mackenzie Basin with Central Otago.
The mountain pass is 971 meters above sea level, across the ridge between the Lindis River and the valley of the Ahuriri River.
Winter, this mountainous area is covered with continuous white snow; in late autumn, it is golden. The
Lindis Conservation Area is located right next to the road, where you can admire a vast expanse of grassland. Twizel is a small town south of Lake Pukaki and is a great base for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and hiking. Sometimes when the accommodation in Mount Cook is tense, visitors will choose to settle here. From here to the north is Mount Cook, to the east is Tekapo, to the west is Wanaka, convenient location.