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Activities available in Gore, while you enjoy your stay.

 

Oakleigh Motel accommodation, Gore is ideally located close to the centre of town and on the main road to Milford Sound. With the Matarua river, famous for some of the best trout fishing in the world, just a short walk away and an abundance of other attractions including the Mandeville Airfield, the Hokonui Moonshine Museum, the Eastern Southland gallery, and plenty of parks, gardens and walking tracks to explore, Oakleigh Motel is the ideal place to base yourself to explore the area.

Croydon Aircraft Company

World leaders in the restoration of classic 1930's and vintage de Havilland aircraft.Gore also has plenty of parks & gardens to explore, mountain biking and walking tracks, and an interesting and challenging golf course.

The Croydon Aviation Heritage Centre is committed “To retain our legacy of the golden era of aviation by the preservation, maintenance and operation of early historical aircraft” & is home to the largest collection of de Havilland aircraft in the southern hemisphere.

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Maple Glen Gardens

A 25 acre private garden, nursery, aviary, woodland and wetland set in the rolling green countryside of Southland, South Island, New Zealand. Home to a large population of native and exotic birds including handreared parrots and waterfowl. Maple Glen is open to visitors all year round and there is no set charge for admission.

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Aquatic Centre

We believe learning to swim is an essential life skill, no matter what your age. Let our qualified friendly staff teach you and your family to swim today! A choice of fun equipment on weekends, holidays and summer late nights. Also on request for group bookings and pool parties. 

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Trout Fishing

Gore is the second-largest town in the Southland region. Divided into two parts by the Mataura River, Gore is famous for its brown trout fishing and Country and Western music. Gore has clean, pristine rivers and lakes offering the perfect environment for freshwater fly fishing, salmon or trout fishing. Anglers of all age and experience can join a fishing guide on a freshwater fishing trip in Gore and enjoy one of New Zealand's most popular pastimes.

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Hokonui Moonshine Museum

The Gore District's colourful history of illicit whiskey making and consumption is celebrated in this unique museum, located in Gore heritage precinct.

By recreating the scenes from old with static displays, audio, visuals and artefacts, the museum brings to life the characters and key events of the prohibition era that spawned the moonshine industry.

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