Glenfalloch Woodland Gardens, Dunedin

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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4/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
Take a relaxing walk through the secluded and winding pathways of Glenfalloch Woodland Gardens. With a large variety of vivid plant life that populates the surroundings and wooden benches tucked away in undisturbed locations, it makes a prime spot for a pleasant retreat. The woodland gardens also serve as a good starting point for a cycle around Otago Peninsula; consider renting a push-pedal electric bike on site for a fun and eco-friendly adventure. Alternatively, take one of the hill trails that lead to the rear of the gardens, where a panoramic view of Dunedin and the surrounding landscape awaits. You have a choice of onsite eateries if you get hungry or thirsty; situated within the gardens, they offer a nice view to compliment your meal. Make Glenfalloch Woodland Gardens part of your personalized Dunedin itinerary using our Dunedin tourist route planner.
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  • Took the kids here in the school holidays for the gnome hunt and definitely need to go back more often. The cafe although a kind of strange look to it for a cafe/restaurant serves great food and good ...  read more »
  • Beautiful place with nice little walks through the pretty gardens with a beautiful view. This place has a fantastic restaurant that we went to several times while staying at the Yellow House B&B just ...  read more »
  • My heritage is Scottish! We had a traditional tea and then were treated to some traditional dancing by 2 lovely young ladies, one of whom would be representing the area in a competition in Auckland a ...  read more »
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