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Oamaru’s Attractions
 The Alps to Ocean cycle trail which starts at Aoraki/Mount Cook and concludes in Oamaru. Oamaru is famous for its unique Victorian limestone architecture, probably the finest collection of 19th century buildings in New Zealand. Stroll down to the Victorian Precinct, always vibrant, which comes into its own in November for the weeklong Victorian Heritage celebrations. The Victorian Wardrobe opens every Thursday, for you to view, try on or hire. On Sunday mornings the Farmer’s Market is bustling with activity. Buy local produce or sit at a café and watch the world go by. Steam Punk HQ is open daily. Listen to live music at Penguin Club on Friday evenings. Book in at the Oamaru Opera house for a top class concert or show. There are restaurants to suit every taste. Watch the penguins at the Penguin colony. Admire the works of art in the Forrester Art Gallery or check out your family tree at the Otago Museum. Oamaru Public Gardens are a joy to see at any time of year. Take a Swim at the Waitaki Aquatic centre. There are many more activities which we will be pleased to tell you about.  
The Bigger Picture.  
Once you’ve exhausted the many and varied attractions Oamaru has to offer, you may wish to explore the wider district. Glendale is conveniently situated to State Highway 1 which runs South along a coastal road with breath taking ocean views, via Moeraki which has several quality eating places, and on to the historic city of Dunedin with its huge selection of shops, restaurants and theatres. Travelling North on the highway you can visit the seaside town of Timaru en route to beautiful Christchurch City. Or perhaps you would prefer to travel inland and visit the lakes and wineries of the Waitaki Valley, or in the winter experience skiing and snowboarding. Whatever you choose, you will be certain of beautiful scenery and a warm South Island welcome.