Omakau Commercial Hotel

Address: 1 Harvey Street, Omakau, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1 Harvey Street, Omakau, is near Elm Wildlife Tours, Glenfalloch Woodland Gardens, and Hare Hill Horse Treks.
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    Travel Blogs from Omakau

    Its The Final Countdown!!!

    A travel blog entry by grayandronni on Jun 01, 2015

    1 photo

    Well here we are in the last week before we leave on our epic trip ... so much to do.. soo exciting!!!

    Trying to get a few things finished before we leave - I (Rhonda) have packed my pack 3 times and will probably empty it and re pack it a few more lol - Graham of course hasn't got anything in his as yet :)

    So hard to pack for a hot climate when ...

    Cromwell to Omakau

    A travel blog entry by priceless on Feb 18, 2015

    24 photos

    It is only about a 60 km or so day and the first half is on a road that can best be described as 'rolling'. Gone are the big hill climbs and the tight narrow roads. This is a new(ish) road linking Cromwell to Clyde and the hydroelectric dam there. With this in mind, we are not in any rush to get going, to give the workers a chance to get on the road before us. We also expect the Intercity Bus from Queenstown - at a rough guess - to also be past us. So, at the leisurely time ...

    Katiki and Moeraki

    A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Feb 17, 2015

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... shirt, and it transpires that they came from Wedmore and their son went to Kings of Wessex when I was there! When the throngs died down, I managed to take a few pictures. On the way back we saw shags and a load of black stilts feeding in the seaweed. We also picked some banana passionfruit which is a noxious weed, we wanted to taste the fruit. It was ok but very pippy!
    That afternoon we decided to visit Macraes Flat working gold mine. We found out that Oceana no ...

    The Rail Trail

    A travel blog entry by smithfamilynz on Dec 23, 2014

    11 photos

    After a short stretch in Wanaka, we made our way to Central Otago to prepare for our day on the Rail Trail. Roughly 10 years ago, they tore out the rail road that ran from Central Otago to Dunedin and built in infrastructure for a bike trail. The full trail today runs from Clyde to Middlemarch for 150kms. We did a 17km stretch, downhill, from Auripo to Omakau. Our trip involved riding over gorges, through 2 tunnels and across beautiful countryside. ...

    Unfinished Business

    A travel blog entry by beaky on Sep 14, 2014

    10 photos

    ... off on the final leg of our New Zealand journey towards Christchurch. Driving East we passed some beautiful lakes, rivers and mountains and also about a million baby lambs (all of which were camera shy if we ever stopped to try to take a pic) before popping out onto the East Coast North of Dunedin at a town called Palmerston. From here James made sure we had time for a quick photo opp at Shag Point before driving to Katiki Lighthouse.

    In ...