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From Queenstown we head to Central Otago, stopping at the historic Clyde township for a quick stroll and morning tea and then on to Ophir. Ophir, originally known as Blacks, was a thriving gold mining town built on the back 1863 gold rush.
From here, we make our way towards the old gold mining township of Serpentine, named after the winding path of the nearby Waimonga Creek. Then, depending on conditions, we can either carry on along the Serpentine Road to exit the Serpentine Conservation area on the Upper Taieri Plain or travel to Lake Onslow and exit near Roxburgh township.
Poolburn & Serpentine - 4WD Expeditions, 139 Alpine Retreat, Alpine Retreat, Central Queenstown, Queenstown, 9348, New Zealand.
- Business hours:
- 8am to 8 pm
- Months of operation:
- Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Oct, Nov, Dec
Pricing and Conditions
(14 year(s) and under)
- Other charges:
- Bookings require 2 adults minimum to proceed.
- Further pricing information:
- Free pickup from Queenstown accommodation.