Alexandra - 4 Seasons.
It's known as the hottest, driest and coldest town in New Zealand, and it's because of those extremes that Alexandra, in Central Otago, is a popular destination for national and international visitors. Whether it be during the heat of summer or the cold, crisp winter days, Alexandra has four distinct seasons and is a unique place to visit at any time of the year. Visitors can enjoy the many eateries, wineries, parks, artists’ studios and the golf courses Alexandra has on offer. If you enjoy getting out into the wide, open spaces, there are many opportunities for recreation including boating, swimming, fishing or exploring the hills and valleys by foot, mountainbike or four-wheel drive. Alexandra is the heart of Central Otago and is situated at the junction of State Highway 8 and State Highway 85.
View From Our Webcam
Our webcam is situated adjacent to the famous Clock On The Hill.
It regularly updates an all season panoramic view of Alexandra and surrounds.Find out more..
What's the weather doing in Alexandra today?
Check out the forecast for the week ahead, or view the readings from the Pioneer Park weather station.Find out more..
Check out Tourism Central Otago's official "Whats On" website and discover more things to do, in and around Alexandra.Find out more..
Alexandra Blossom Festival is the longest running community festival of it's kind in New Zealand. Hosted on the fourth weekend of September since 1956, it is Alexandra's annual celebration of Spring.
Annual celebration of local craft beer, cider, wine and food. Held every first weekend of February and a chance for the whole family to soak up the Central sun whilst listening to local bands.
Need to find a service, tradesman, supplier? Find it here, Alexandra is the service centre of Central Otago. If you are local business and wish to have a free listing within the directory, please contact us.
What's happening locally?
The Pioneer - MTB Stage Race - 25th - 30th November 2018. Six days of riding throughout the region including Alexandra and along the Clutha River. (Click image for more details).