Tour the inner route of the Otago Peninsula. Pass through the small communities of Macandrew Bay, Pukehiki and Waverley. Visit Sandfly Bay and view some of the Peninsula's Wildlife. Wind your way along this craggy and beautiful coast. Along the way, you'll take in old castles, isolated and windswept beaches, breathtaking views, and sleepy seaside towns. You might even cross paths with a penguin. The Otago peninsula is singular in its evocation of the raw beauty of nature. Come along and see for yourself.
For more information on the Taranaki Māori Memorial.
For more information on the Caves.
For information on entrance fees to Larnach Castle.
Information Stop Portsmouth Drive/Portobello Road Intersection.
Places to stop along the way:
Glenfalloch Gardens, Macandrew Bay, Larnach Castle, Sandfly Bay, Highcliff Road Viewing Point, Rotary Park, Waverley. Keep in mind, there is an entrance fee to Larnach Castle
Best time of day:
This tour is great at any time of the day. If you want to see the penguins at Sandfly Bay it is best to be there at dawn or dusk.
Please keep left on the road and pull over when possible to let cars pass. Please be very cautious if you decide to take the track to Boulder Beach. It is a rough track and can be very tricky to navigate. 4WD only.