Long Gully Walkway climbs through orchards and farmland up to dramatic rock bluffs, which look out over Clutha Valley, Lake Dunstan and Pisa Range. The Remarkables and Hector mountains can also be seen from the walkway.
The walkway finishes at the boundary of Long Gully Bluff Conservation Area. The beginning of the track goes through the ruins of Stewart Town (pictured), an old mining village. Visitors may catch a glimpse of the New Zealand falcon from the walkway.
Long Gully Walkway is only open to the public on Sundays and Mondays.
How to get here
Long Gully Walkway is signposted from the Bannockburn Sluicings Historic Reserve, off Felton Road.
Long Gully Walkway is closed for lambing from 1 October to 30 November.
Credit photo & content to NZ Walking Access Commission
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