Please Note: Event numbers relate to Programme Events, Exhibitions and Activities on the accompanying maps
Dunedin Railway Station to Port Chalmers wharf and return with historical commentary
Saturday 21 October
Take the train to Port Chalmers and enter into the spirit of this historic seaport. Dress up as a pirate or in any other costume and enjoy activities, talks, guided walks, displays, performances, dancing, poetry, exhibitions and much more.
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Note* - the 11.45am trip will go to Church Street - above Port Chalmers.
Phone us now on 03 477 4449 or come in and see us to make your booking.
Tickets available through Dunedin Railways, please call 03 477 4449 or drop by the Dunedin Railway Station to make a booking.
Sea Ghost Walk
Monday 23 October
1pm and 3pm
13 - 23 October
11am - 7pm
Did you know Taiaroa Head has a hidden fort under the albatross colony that protected Dunedin from the 1880s until WWII? Celebrate 30 years of Fort Taiaroa tours and see the world’s only fully restored 1886 Armstrong Disappearing Gun and military displays.
Fort Taiaroa, 1260 Harrington Point Rd, Otago Peninsula
Free during Heritage Festival only, bookings essential.
ph. (03) 478 0499
Friday 13 – Monday 23 October
8pm - 9.30pm
Discover the mystery and misery that hides behind our heritage buildings.
Friday 13 - Monday 23 October,
Take a ride along the harbour-side on Glenfalloch’s electric green bikes. Cycle beautiful Otago Peninsula and use our map to spot and learn about historic landmarks.
Glenfalloch Woodland Garden, 430 Portobello Rd, Otago Peninsula
$40 per person, R18, bookings essential.
ph. (03) 476 1775 or (03) 476 1006