1. The Opera House
The Opera House is an one of a kind spot for your gathering or wedding. The wonderful Oamaru Opera House remains on Thames Street, a sound, legacy recorded nineteenth century streetscape. The building was formally opened on October 7, 1907 and remains to a great extent in its unique condition, having been restored in 2010, winning a NZIA Heritage recompense.
3. Bushy Beach and Cape Wanbrow
The common beachfront vegetation at Bushy Beach Scenic Reserve is the last staying home of hebe, ngaio, mahoe and broadleaf and different seabirds, and a mixed bag of bugs. The oldest known fossils were found here on this topographically captivating headland.
5. North Otago Museum
Arranged in the 1882 notable Athenaeum style, the exhibition hall has broadly critical accumulations - The Willetts Collection of taonga tuku iho o Waitaha and the Temuka Pottery Collection.
2. Totara Estate
Totara Estate arranged south of Oamaru is a noteworthy ranch that is remarkably critical as the origination of New Zealand's billion dollar solidified meat industry. Totara Estate was built throughout the 1850s and was known for its sheep, cows and grain. It was acquired by the New Zealand and Australian Land Company, a Glasgow-based organization in 1866.
4. Blue Penguin Colony
See the planet's smallest penguins, in their nature's turf. The Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony is simply past the Victorian Heritage Precinct and you are inside strolling separation of the town center, near shops, restaurants and convenience. Throughout the day penguins are not strolling around ashore, they are either out at ocean angling or concealing endlessly in their settling tunnels.
Oamaru has an exceptionally pleased legacy which is built through the Victorian Precinct and tours at an assortment of areas nearby.
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