Bed and Breakfast Accommodation at Silver Peaks Lodge, Dunedin Bed and Breakfast Accommodation at Silver Peaks Lodge, Dunedin




Attractions and Activities

  • The Otago Rail Trail

This is an extremely popular biking or walking trail for all ages and stages that has grown immensely over the last 2 or 3 years. You can begin or end the rail trail at Middlemarch and we are very happy to pick you up or drop you off at the Wingatui train station (3 minutes from Silver Peaks Lodge).

  • The Taieri Rail Trail

The Taieri Gorge offers another very popular train ride to and from Middlemarch.
As we are only 10 mins from the Dunedin International Airport that may work in
well with your travel plans. For more info go to:

For more information about the Taieri Gorge Train visit

  • Dunedin City

For activities in and around Dunedin City and the Otago Peninsula: visit

  • Museums

There are several wonderful museums and art galleries in Dunedin.

  • Farmers Market

The Farmers Market is held every Saturday at the Dunedin railway station rain hail or shine!!
With over 70 stalls selling a wide range of local Otago produce. A wonderful atmosphere with buskers and bustling shoppers has been created over the 5 years it has been running very successfully. The Railway Station is a magnificent building and well worth a visit on its own.
more info, see: 

  • Garden Tours

We are happy to arrange garden tours within the Dunedin area and also further afield including the Maniototo. The Maniototo is an incredibly unique place with truly stunning landscape and definitely well worth a visit. It can be done in a day trip from Dunedin. We farmed for 14 years
on a High Country Sheep Station in the Maniototo and feel very passionate about the area. Visit: 

  • Catlins

The Catlins is another place well worth exploring and is within easy driving distance from Silver Peaks Lodge.



Silver Peaks Lodge :: 255 Main South Road :: Owhiro :: Mosgiel :: Otago :: New Zealand :: Ph +64 3 489 6167 :: Fax +64 3 489 6169

Web Design Christchurch by Wired