An enormous fruit sculpture perched by the side of the road marks the entrance to Cromwell. With the construction of dams the heritage precinct was carefully removed and reimaged in its current location by the newly created Lake Dunstan foreshore. Buildings from 1860 to 1900 reflect the town’s gold mining and pioneering past including the London House Stables, Captain Barry’s cottage, the Cobb & Co Store, Belfast Store and Jolly’s Seed & Grain Store. Gravel soils, river valleys and warm summers underpin a successful horticulture / vintner industry fostering a farm to gate culinary experience for visitors. For more information about what to see and do in Cromwell check our
Duration: 30 minutes to several days
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