A four wheel drive track across farmland giving fantastic coastal views and leads from Smail's Beach to Karetai Road.
Recreational marine fishing on the Otago Peninsula is a common pastime and a huge variety of fish species can be caught off the coast.
Otakou Golf Club, Harington Point Road, Otakou (open to the public)
Things to See and Do while Staying on the Peninsula
Dunedin hosts an abundance of wildlife experiences and adventures.
Further down Portobello Road is the Royal Albatross Colony and Centre at Taiaroa Head, the only mainland breeding colony of Albatross in the world. Below, in the Peninsula foothills and tunnels is the Armstrong Disappearing Gun (1886).
Otago Peninsula is also home to the world's rarest penguin, the yellow-eyed penguin or hoiho, as well as a major population of New Zealand fur seals and frequent visits by the very rare Hookers sealion.
You may watch blue penguins waddle ashore at dusk at Pilot's Beach.
The inlets on the eastern side of the peninsula are the home to several species of marine and wading birds. You may explore the varied and extensive Peninsula walking tracks.
Sea kayaking trips are available, or a sea cruise on the 'Monarch'.
The Portobello Marine Station has a large aquarium, which displays all the area's marine life. The Glenfalloch gardens are extensive, as are those at Larnach's Castle.
History abounds, not only at Larnach Castle, but at the Fletcher House, the Portobello Museum and the Otakau Maori Marae.
The Peninsula Arts Trail - homes and workplaces of artists, potters, weavers and craftspersons.
Whilst Captain Eady's is ideally placed for exploring the Otago Peninsula, all the attractions of Dunedin City - the Art Gallery, Museums, Historic Architecture, shopping and restaurants - are also within easy reach.