Has 2½-hour trips to Stevensons Island (adult/child $85/55 and a 3½-hour trip with a guided bushwalk on Mou Waho (adult/child $145/55)....
Outside Sports offers a wide range of outdoor gear – for sale or rent, tramping, skiing, climbing, camping and just about anything else...
This slick and contemporary wine bar is the perfect place to watch the sun go down. It’s a pretty good spot to head back to after dinner...
The Doughbin Bakery – motto: ‘Baking at sparrow’s fart since Adam was a cowboy’ – specialises in McGregor’s fine pies. With a motto like...
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Lonely Planet review
An absolute Wanaka institution, Kai (the Maori word for food) is definitely the place to be on a sunny day. Massive sandwiches and pizzas, great coffee and occasionally slow service are all a part of the experience. Locally brewed Wanaka Beerworks beers are on tap – often including the brewery's regular seasonal concoctions – and there are Central Otago wines as well.