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JUNE & JULY CLOSURES & EVENTS

WEEKLY HAPPY HOUR DRINK SPECIALS

Planning a special gathering? We can host your large group, private function or event with your own personal events coordinator!

We can host large groups of 15+ – with our special set menu designed to suit everyone’s’ needs. We even have dedicated vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free menus available.

Bookings for private functions range from 50 to 130 guests with different dining options to suit your budget, taste and style.

If you would like to book your own event or function, email us your ideas: hello@glenfalloch.org.nz

Terra Sancta Degustation

Picture your special day in the exquisitely maintained historic woodland gardens, adorned with vibrant flowers and offering breathtaking harbor views.

Explore our various packages tailored to your vision, diverse menu selections, a licensed bar, and the support of our dedicated wedding coordinator, Monica, to bring your dreams to life. Our all-in-one venue is here to assist you with every aspect of your venue planning, ensuring a seamless process from beginning to end.

To enquire about booking a group garden tour, email us on: weddings@glenfalloch.org.nz

JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAY FUN

LIVE MUSIC FRIDAYS & HAPPY HOUR

EXPLORE THE WOODLAND GARDENS

Experience one of New Zealand’s most gorgeous gardens, listen to the beautiful birdsong… Explore Glenfalloch Garden, 30 acres of historic garden begun in 1871.

Stroll amongst the beautiful seasonal displays and enjoy the lush surrounds – native ferns, exotic imports and indigenous New Zealand trees. Glenfalloch Garden is owned by Otago Peninsula Trust NZ’s first private charitable conservation trust- your support helps keep this special place open for all to enjoy.

To enquire about booking a group garden tour, email us on: alan@glenfalloch.org.nz

THE OTAGO PENINSULA TRUST

Glenfalloch is part of New Zealand’s first private charitable conservation trust, registered in 1967 has an impressive record of achievement. It’s managed by a dedicated and completely voluntary Board of Trustees.

The Trust Objectives

  • The stimulation of public interest in and care of the beauty, history and character of the Otago Peninsula.
  • The preservation of the natural attractions of the area and the protection of the flora and fauna of the area.
  • The development of tourist attractions, public and recreational services so that the public may obtain maximum use and enjoyment of the area in a way that will not detract from or destroy its beauty or character.
  • The promotion of knowledge of and interest in the objects of the Trust by meetings, exhibitions, educational courses and all other forms of instruction and publicity.