Top 6 Things to do in Kurow, New Zealand
Discover the best top things to do in Kurow, New Zealand including Kurow Museum and Information Centre, Waitaki Hydro Station Lookout, Aviemore Dam, Stoneridge Horsetreks, River-T Estate Wines, The Vintners Drop.
1. Kurow Museum and Information Centre
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Reviewed By planejanenz - NZNZ
Lovely surprise - I’d like more
Stuffed full of local and national history - I would have loved more curation of the social security theme. The taste there got me very interested. FascinatingThank you so very much- it is the Museum Committee's intention to add more to this area. Current
2. Waitaki Hydro Station Lookout
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Reviewed By Lsas26 - Wellington, New ZealandWellington, New Zealand
Dam's don't really interest me, but the other half wanted to stop and have a look so we had too.The water was an amazing blue, the structure was dated but I left thinking a layer of snow might have kept my interest more.Overall: Adequate
3. Aviemore Dam
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Reviewed By Michael-4551 - Caloundra, AustraliaCaloundra, Australia
Aviemore Dam, Power Station and Spillway
Visited on Saturday 28th April.The Aviemore Dam is a dam of the Waitaki River in New Zealand. Built from earth and concrete in the 1960s to dam Lake Aviemore, it is one of the major dams of Meridian Energy, and is used to power a hydroelectric power plant
4. Stoneridge Horsetreks
5 based on 16 reviews
We are a small horsetrekking business situated 50 minutes inland from Oamaru in the scenic Waitaki Valley in the South Island of New Zealand. We specialise in offering personalized treks for 1-3 people in big country with great views and scenery. Ride times arranged to suit your itinerary from 1 hour to all day. Some experience is necessary for the longer rides over 2 hours. Great riding and good horses. Accommodation available.
Reviewed By MaryP2008 - Peterborough, United KingdomPeterborough, United Kingdom
A fabulous afternoon
We've just returned from a 2 hour trek with Peter through beautiful and rugged New Zealand countryside unlike anything we could experience in the UK. Terrain consisting of farm land, steep slopes and boulder strewn river beds, which I would be cautious to
5. River-T Estate Wines
5 based on 4 reviews
River-T Estate Wines cellar door is open 7 days from October to June. Sit on the deck and enjoy a local wine or beer and take in the views of the vineyard and mountains beyond. On colder days warm yourself by our log fire Wine tastings and beautiful platters packed with local seasonal produce make this a very popular place to visit. There is even a platter for children.
Reviewed By Jessisaw
An absolute must!
Don’t just drive past this little red barn, call in for a delicious and truly enormous platter. Or sample a six-glass paddle of wines for just $10. Delicious food, lovely setting and plenty of wines to try and buy, you surely won’t be disappointed. I’ll d
6. The Vintners Drop
5 based on 6 reviews
Reviewed By Angus D - Perth, AustraliaPerth, Australia
A pleasure to visit
It was our great pleasure to visit the Vintner's Drop in Kurow whilst driving from Queenstown to Oamaru after retuning to NZ from Australia for a family funeral.It serves as the cellar door for Ostler Wines and other Waitaki Valley vineyards. We rang ahea