CENTRAL OTAGO EVENTS CALENDAR

WHAT'S ON IN CENTRAL OTAGO | ANNUAL EVENTS & FESTIVALS

Central Otago is a natural arena for events, offering something for everyone! From motorcycle rally to multisport, horses to history, and festivals for wine, food, blossoms and thyme.

Whether participating or just watching, our events have that unique Central difference; where even an event can seem like a holiday! Many of the events held in Central Otago attract national and international support. There are also a number of smaller local events throughout the year.

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Alexandra Events (15)
Alexandra Events
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Date:
Saturday, 2 Dec 2017
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Sunday, 28 Jan 2018
A selection of ten notable artists from the Central Otago featuring new works and new directions. Also profiling Three Miners Vineyard and Wynyard Estate Saffron.
Date:
Saturday, 27 Jan 2018
Help us celebrate the Otago Central Rail Trail! Otago's iconic cycle trail has just been added to the nation-wide Landmarks Whenua Tohunga programme. Short talk, plaque unveiling and afternoon tea provided.
Date:
Tuesday, 30 Jan 2018
Flora Knight and Sean Donald play traditional old time country music. Fiddle player and singer Flora Knight (The Eastern, The Lonesome Pine Specials) was raised in New Zealand, where singer and guitar picker Sean Donald (The All Day Breakfast Stringband) was raised in Canada.
Date:
Thursday, 1 Feb 2018
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Monday, 30 Apr 2018
Arts on the Rail Trail is a series of events and mini exhibitions in venues from located along the Otago Central Rail Trail.
Date:
Friday, 2 Feb 2018
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Monday, 5 Feb 2018
Waitangi Weekend will see the sounds of ukeleles echo through Manuherikia valley with the first ever Lauder Ukelele Festival.
Date:
Friday, 2 Feb 2018
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Saturday, 3 Feb 2018
The Vincent County rally is annual motorcycle event and is judged as one of the best medium-sized summer rallies in the south. The event is based in Galloway on the banks of the Manuherikia River. Proceeds from the VCR are donated to BRONZ's nominated charities Neuromuscular Alliance (formerly Muscular Dystrophy Association) and Otago Rescue Helicopter Trust
Date:
Saturday, 3 Feb 2018
The Central Otago Craft Beer Festival celebrates craft brewing, fine beers, ales and ciders, great food, and Central Otago wines. The event is held in Pioneer Park in the middle of Alexandra, Central Otago.
Date:
Saturday, 3 Feb 2018
The Run the Vines race course will take you through the McArthur Ridge Vineyard, participants will run through the vines and around the vineyard estate. 5, 10 and 21km courses. You will experience picturesque views of beautiful Central Otago.
Date:
Saturday, 17 Feb 2018
Come along for a great family day out! There are all the traditional sheep and horse events, home industry, machinery displays and of course the Grand Parade.
Date:
Saturday, 24 Feb 2018
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Sunday, 25 Feb 2018
The Otago Central Rail Trail Duathlon is the flagship multi-sport event on NZ's original great ride held every year in the last weekend of February...
Date:
Sunday, 25 Feb 2018
The More FM Kids Duathlon is back for another series. This gives a fun, safe and supportive environment for those aged under 14 years the chance to compete in an indiviual and team event!
Date:
Sunday, 1 Apr 2018
The annual Clyde Wine and Food Harvest Festival is held on the main street of Clyde in Central Otago. The festival celebrates wines from the world’s most southerly vineyards. It is Otago’s biggest wine event and has established itself as a major wine festival in New Zealand.
Date:
Monday, 9 Apr 2018
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Friday, 13 Apr 2018
Central Otago golf clubs welcome you to The 2018 Mount Michael Central Otago Autumn Golf Classic.
Date:
Tuesday, 17 Apr 2018
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Thursday, 19 Apr 2018
Two days of stimulating conference sessions will draw on the experiences of leading international and national speakers. As the driest region in the country, Central Otago is a fascinating region to explore – especially if you are interested in water. It is home to an extraordinary variety of quality produce, all of which is dependent on irrigation.
Date:
Sunday, 25 Nov 2018
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Friday, 30 Nov 2018
Riders in the November 2018 race will start their six days of riding with a 22km prologue at iconic Coronet Peak, with five longer stages to follow, taking riders as far south-east as Alexandra and the Clutha River, before returning to the finish line back in Queenstown, completing 450km of riding with 15,500m of climbing.
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