Dunedin Railways frequently offers special deals so check here for the latest promotions!
50% OFF FOR OTAGO AND SOUTHLAND LOCALS THIS JULY
Always wanted to do the Taieri Gorge Train but never got around to it. Well here is your chance. For the month of July, trains trips with Dunedin Railway's will be 50% off.
Travel through the suburbs of Dunedin, across the Taieri Plains and into the gorge, where you will enjoy some wonderful scenery as you wind your way up to Pukerangi. It is amazing what you can see when you don't have two hands on the wheel. And with a fully licensed buffet all you need to do is bring yourself. And a camera.
If your children are into trains then bring them along as well. And even if they are not there is plenty for them to look out for along the way. They may see some goats in the gorge or some fish playing at Christmas Creek. And if they miss those, then you can be sure that they will see Sue the Border Collie at Hindon.
We challenge you to find a more relaxing way to travel.
And while you are at it don't forget to ask us about our local's card.
Adult - Pukerangi return - $47.50, Middlemarch return $60
Child - Pukerangi return - $14, Middlemarch return $15
This deal is available for Otago and Southland residents only. Otago and Southland is defined as the Otago and Southland rate paying area.
Proof of address will be required at check in. If this is not provided you will be required to pay the full rate.
This promotion runs until July 31st, 2019.
50% off is available on adult and child fares. It can be used for Taieri Gorge departures in July 2019.
This deal does not include any of our Rail Tour programmes, special events or charters.
This cannot to be used in conjunction with any other promotion or deal
Subject to availability. Dunedin Railways reserves the right to cancel or amend departure times.
To make your reservation please enter the promo code "LOCAL50" when booking online or email us on [email protected]
“Best trip ever!!!”
“Amazing that the workers managed to build the railway in such challenging conditions. Wonderful commentary...”
“The line is a wonderful and unique piece of NZ history and a fantastic way to spend an afternoon.”