STAY IN THE WAITAKI

OUR REGION HAS A WIDE RANGE OF ACCOMMODATIONS TO SUIT ALL TASTES AND BUDGETS

Choose your destinations to browser the accommodations available.

Duntroon

Just 35 minutes from Oamaru, Duntroon and the surrounding area is home to a mixture of natural, historical and cultural attractions that are unlike anything else.

HERBERT

Herbert is a small village surrounded by forest walks and mountain biking trails.

Kakanui

Kakanui is a charming ocean-side village that is as tranquil as it is beautiful. The main beach, Campbell’s Bay, is a safe for
swimming but also has a good break for surfers.

KUROW

Explore New Zealand’s newest wine region – with three cellar doors all within a few minutes of each other. With the braided Waitaki River running past Kurow, there are also beautiful wetlands to explore.

Lake Ohau

Nestled into the feet of the majestic Southern Alps, Lake Oahu is a feed from the crystal-clear waters 
of the Hopkins and Dobson Rivers.

OAMARU

Oamaru is the largest town in the Waitaki District; most famous for its penguin colony and limestone architecture of the Victorian Precinct – but that’s just the beginning of what the town has to offer.

OMARAMA

Omarama is the intersection between Queenstown and Wanaka to the South, Twizel and Aoraki Mt Cook to the North
and the Waitaki to the East, Omarama is a perfect base for exploring the area.

Otematata

Otematata is a summer-holiday hotspot and is humming with campers, cyclists and other nature lovers during the camping season.

MOERAKI

Moeraki is a tranquil fishing village which was once used as a whaling station by early Europeans
and is now home to a world-renowned restaurant, Fleur’s Place.

Palmerston

Palmerston is surrounded by incredible views of valleys, hills, mountains and an unspoiled coastline.