Visit Otago Region with Mighway

Hire a campervan in Otago Region


Otago, New Zealand is in the southern portion of the South Island with a population of more than 200,000 residents. The name Otago comes from a southern dialect Maori word which means “place of red Earth,” for the red-ochre clay which is common in the area. One of the highlights of any trip to Otago is a visit to its flourishing central wine region. The area produces a wide variety of delicious award-winning wines. As a result Otago has quickly become one of New Zealand’s leading pinot noir producers. With such a rich and illustrious history, the Otago region easily offers a wide variety of travel delights for visitors to enjoy. Hire a campervan with Mighway, and let the journey unfold!

Campervan Hire Otago Region


Extra comfy 2018 Winnebago Forza 34T for rent
$220 / Day

Extra comfy 2018 Winnebago Forza 34T for rent

Queenstown, Otago

Sleeps 6
Length 20m
Toilet
Shower

Sarah's Caravan
$100 / Day

Sarah's Caravan

Willowbank, Southland

Sleeps 4
Length 7.2m
Toilet
Shower

Woody
$120 / Day

Woody

Lower Shotover, Otago

Sleeps 2
Length 3.9m
Toilet

Mark's 4 berth bus
$250 / Day

Mark's 4 berth bus

Tokanui, Southland

Sleeps 4
Toilet
Shower

Dandy Camper Luxury 2-4 Berth (if small children)
$325 / Day

Dandy Camper Luxury 2-4 Berth (if small children)

Queenstown, Otago

Sleeps 4
Length 7m
Toilet
Shower

Lady lite
$118 / Day

Lady lite

Winton, Southland

Sleeps 4
Length 5.8m
Toilet
Shower

Homy
$120 / Day

Homy

Timaru, Canterbury

Sleeps 2
Length 6m
Toilet

The Barrel
$210 / Day

The Barrel

Wanaka, Otago

Sleeps 2
Toilet

Places to Visit near Otago Region


Routeburn Track

While the Routeburn Track may be a shorter multi-day hike, it has some of the biggest scenery. With soaring mountain peaks, huge valleys, waterfalls and jewel-like lakes the track links the Mount Aspiring National Park with Fiordland National Park.The highest point of the track is 1,255 metres above sea level - so the views are simply spectacular.

The part of New Zealand that the Routeburn Track winds through has been shaped by successive glaciations into fiords, rocky coasts, towering cliffs, lakes and waterfalls. Birdlife is prolific through forested sections of the track; native tomtits, robins, fantails, wood pigeons and bellbirds are commonly seen, as well as the cheeky Kea, the world's only alpine parrot.

This is not a loop track and can be walked in either direction; one track end is at the Routeburn Shelter (near Glenorchy) and the other is at The Divide (closer to Te Anau). It is recommended that this track is avoided between May - September, when there is high risk of avalanches.

Penguin Place

This conservation project is entirely financed through guided tours and we would like to thank you for your interest. In the following text you will find information about the Yellow-eyed Penguin and the reserve. This conservation project was established in 1985 by Howard McGrouther when there were only 8 breeding pairs of Yellow Eyed Penguins. In the summer of 2006, we have had 19 pairs breeding in the colony making this a medium sized breeding colony on the South Island. We will take you on a guided tour through the colony for some close-up viewing of the birds. Covered trenches and observation huts will hide us so the penguins will not be frightened and we can observe them going about their daily business unperturbed by our presence.

Toitū Otago Settlers Museum

Toitū Otago Settlers Museum is a museum of social history dedicated to telling the story of the people of Dunedin and the surrounding area, whose character, culture, technology, art, fashion and transport shaped New Zealand’s first great city.

Its fourteen themed galleries feature interactive displays and powerful narratives tracing the human history of the area, from the earliest settlers to the most recent arrivals.

Captivating exhibitions are complemented by onsite shops, a café and a research centre and archive for those interested in genealogy and other aspects of local history.

Moana Pool

Moana Pool provides huge amounts of fun for families in Dunedin, with a wave pool, a whirlpool, diving boards and two epic waterslides. Come and have splash around, or get a bit more serious with some laps in the huge lap pool.

Campgrounds and Parks near Otago Region


Beaumont Hotel

A rare and iconic country pub found in the heart of Otago.

With local history, good food and service, this pub is a must stop for anyone traveling past on State Highway 8 or biking the Clutha Gold Trail.

The Beaumont Hotel offers accommodation within the hotel and newly made cabins, camping ground, restaurant serving delicious meals daily, a wide variety of beer, wine, ciders and non-alcoholic beverages in the bar, children's playground, bikes to hire and much more!

Come and sample a real treat of true southern hospitality.

Visit Beaumont Hotel

Brighton Beach

A beautiful beach spot just south of Dunedin, with plenty to do for the whole family.

20km SW of Dunedin, Brighton is a small seaside town, along the Southern Scenic Route within the city limits of Dunedin. The area is popular for day trips from Dunedin. Surf-lifesaving patrols are on duty here during busy times.

The motorcamp in Brighton also hires out boats for you take a leisurely paddle up the stream.

South Seas Gallery is very popular in Brighton, where visitors can stroll the gardens and view works from such artists as Lindsay Crooks, Janet Weir and Ollie Crooks.

Visit Brighton Beach

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