Skies, vines, and authentic experiences...
Cromwell is a special place that quietly invites visitors to linger, discover, and explore. Without bright lights and fanfare, it gently reveals itself as a town and community full of treasures and colourful characters. We have abundant open space and striking landscapes, world class vineyards and horticulture, lively arts, outdoor sports and motorsport scenes, and fascinating histories of gold mining and the transformation of the town through creation of the Clyde Dam and Lake Dunstan.
We hope you take time to chat to the locals, explore, taste and experience what we have to offer.
Saturday Afternoon Activities
More Activities to come
ROTARY POINT AT RICHARDS BEACH
A conservation project to allow our native birdlife and flora to flourish alongside Lake Dunstan.
Our work with the Mokihi Trust down along the Lake edge has been progressing little by little over the years and your help will take this even further.
Pre and Post Conference Activities
Head to Cromwell for a few days before or after Conference - our Rotarians would love to show you about!
Play Golf on the Friday or Ride or Walk the Dunstan Trail on Anzac Day Monday
Golf at Cromwell Golf Course - Friday
The championship course at Cromwell is the most inland links course in New Zealand. The sand based fairways guarantee year-round dry underfoot conditions – why not play a round on the Friday before the conference? Click here to learn more about the Cromwell Golf Course.
We are planning a fun tournament at 10:30am on the Friday before the conference. If you are at all interested in playing tick Yes on your registration form to be included in our Golf planning and communications. If you have already registered and did not tick Yes, then Click Here to send us an email to register your interest in playing Golf on the Friday before the conference.
The Lake Dunstan Trail - Monday (Anzac Day)
The Lake Dunstan Trail links the townships of Clyde and Cromwell. It was opened on 8th May 2021 and receives accolades from all who ride it. The trail offers cyclists and walkers an easy 55km ride (Grade 1-2) through unique and fascinating landscapes so characteristic of Central Otago as it journeys along Lake Dunstan, the Kawarau River and the mighty Clutha River Mata-au. Click here to learn more about the Lake Dunstan Cycle Trail.
We are planning to arrange a few different options for how our attendees might want to walk or cycle this amazing trail on the Monday after the Conference. If you are at all interested in participating, then tick Yes on your registration form to be included in our Dunstan Trail planning and communications. If you have already registered and did not tick Yes, then Click Here to send us an email to register your interest in the Dunstan Trail.