Experience the good ol' days and head back to the 1890's, where locals would cross the Clutha River on the Tuapeka Punt.
Take a ride on Clutha's free ferry, which operates only by the flow of the mighty Clutha River.Check their Facebook page for crossing times and updates.
A playground for adults
Make a stop at The Lost Gypsy, and enjoy Blair's ever-growing interactive exhibit of creative wonders. Be sure to grab a coffee and homemade treat from Carol while you're there.
Dive into history
Head back in time
Clutha has a wealth of history; from the discovery of gold by Gabriel Read in Lawrence, to tales of Maori settlements, shipwrecks and pioneer settlers in the Catlins, the museums found across the district offer an insight into how our district has been shaped by past events.
Take on a journey of discovery within a landscape of outstanding natural beauty
Ride or walk alongside the powerful Clutha Mata-au River through a fertile valley, secluded gorge and into lush green farmland on the Clutha Gold Trail. Information panels along the 73 kilometre easy-grade trail showcases a rich heritage and the adventurers who travelled this way before.
Fill your belly
Get a true 'Taste of Clutha'
With an increasing demand to trace where our food comes from, the Taste of Clutha food trail connects you with the people who grow, rear and make local Clutha treats - from Tiny's family butchery in Milton, to Norm's craft beer at Catlins Brewery in Kaka Point.