Cromwell activities

Cromwell Heritage Precinct
Buildings saved when the old main street disappeared under the waters of the Clyde hydroelectricity development were rebuilt or restored and house an exciting range of art galleries, cafes and boutique shops.

Cromwell Swim Centre
Make a splash with activities including kayak polo, aqua aerobics and pool parties, as well as lane swimming.

Mrs Jones' Fruit Stall and Garden
Stretch your legs and enjoy this formal English garden featuring over 1500 roses set among classical statues.

Bannockburn sluicings
Explore on foot or by bike the eerie landscape left behind after alluvial mining.

Stewart Town in Pipe Clay Gully
View the remains of miners' stone houses and see the Menzies Dam, the largest remaining miners¡¯ dam, which has spectacular views over Bannockburn.

Quartz Reef Point Historic Reserve
Take a walk in this historic reserve and view the remains of gold-mining sluicings - stones and rocks stacked in an extraordinary herringbone pattern.

Cromwell Golf Club
Enjoy the beautifully laid-out gardens of this 18-hole tournament course, established in 1903.

Trout-fishing
Brown and rainbow trout abound in beautiful Lake Dunstan. Pick up a fishing licence at sports shops, garages or stores.

Cromwell Museum
Learn gold-mining history and uncover the story behind the construction of the Clyde Dam.

Walking Wine Trail
An 8km walking trail of four wine-tasting rooms - Misha's Vineyard, Aurum Wines, Scott Base and Wooing Tree Vineyard.

Lake Dunstan
Formed as a result of the damming of the Clutha River, Lake Dunstan is a beautiful spot in which to enjoy activities on the water and picnics on the foreshore. Activities include yachting, rowing, boating and fishing.

Scenic walks
From the nine-hour Cromwell-to-Clyde Cairnmuir Track to a pleasant lakeshore walk from the Cromwell Heritage Precinct to Lowburn, there are walks for all levels of fitness.