Glenfalloch Garden Cafe & Restaurant is set in a beautiful historic woodland garden on Dunedin's stunning Otago Peninsula
Serving locally roasted coffee, delicious breakfasts, brunch or lunch – Open Wednesday to Sunday 8am - 4pm
GLENFALLOCH GARDENS IS OPEN EVERYDAY FROM 8AM – UNTIL DUSK
The Otago Peninsula, a mystical marriage of land and sea has made Glenfalloch an ideal Dunedin wedding venue.
Beautiful Glenfalloch has a heralded place in Dunedin’s heart as a premiere setting for personal celebrations.
Couples choose ceremony locations amongst the profusion of flower species which integrate with native ferns, exotic imports and indigenous New Zealand trees. The Glenfalloch Bridal Collection is designed to create a superb occasion for perfect weddings.
Situated in peaceful, relaxing surroundings you can enjoy panoramic harbour views.
Stroll among the rhododendrons, azaleas, magnolias, fuchsias and a profusion of other flower species which integrate with native ferns, exotic imports and indigenous New Zealand trees to showcase 120 years of conservation and expansion of our botanical heritage.
Glenfalloch Garden is definitely a four season garden with each season bringing its own special array of colours and fragrances.
Experience one of New Zealand’s most gorgeous gardens, listen to the beautiful birdsong…..
Explore Glenfalloch Garden, 30 acres of historic garden begun in 1871. Stroll amongst the beautiful seasonal displays and enjoy the lush surrounds – native ferns, exotic imports and indigenous New Zealand trees.
Glenfalloch Garden is owned by Otago Peninsula Trust NZ’s first private charitable conservation trust- your support helps keep this special place open for all to enjoy.
Glenfalloch has been classified as a Garden of National Significance:
“The assessors were unanimous that this historic garden had regained its former status as one of the leading gardens in New Zealand and is now a Garden of National Significance”
The 'pass mark' has been set very high for these gardens, so any visitor should be in no doubt of its quality. The garden was critically evaluated by the New Zealand Gardens Trust on a range of factors including: landscape and design, plant material and use, maintenance, safety and overall impression.