Old Cromwell Town:wander around a collection of reconstructed
buildings from Cromwell's past, a unique attraction and setting for local artisans,
cottage industries and special events
Nevis Valley: go for a picnic, fly fishing or a fossick
among the many
Carrick Station woolshed: built from local stone,
this historic shearing shed can be viewed from the Nevis Road near
Eco Experience Lake Dunstan: join an informative,
non-impact personalised boat tour of Bendigo wetlands, and experience
first-hand the beauty of a natural ecosystem on the edge of Lake
Lake Dunstan: enjoy water sports, fishing and other
Crowmwell rests in the Upper Clutha valley of Central Otago
at the shores of Lake Dunstan. Home to orchards and vineyards,
Crowmwell is an ideal place to stop and relax between before
entering the gorges on the way to Queenstown, Alexandra or
There is a quiter pace here, which is ideal for those people
seeking leisure pursuits that don't leave you out of breath.
In 1862 gold was discovered in the Cromwell area. Once the
word of a gold strike was out, there was an influx of several
thousand miners to the area.
As gold ran out, Cromwell became the service centre for
an extensive farming and fruit-growing area. It has a strategic
location between the Lindis and Haast Passes, and acts as
a hub between the towns of Wanaka, Queenstown and Alexandra.
Cromwell is within easy reach of the Cardrona, Coronet Peak,
The Remarkables, Treble Cone skifields.
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