Lawrence Accommodation - Otago, NZ

Known as the Gateway to The Goldfields, Lawrence was the first gold rush town in New Zealand. Located on the picturesque route between Dunedin and Queenstown, Lawrence is a wonderful place to visit, where you can discover its unique history and enjoy self-contained accommodation at Lawrence Townhouses.

Lawrence Townhouses provide comfortable, self-contained accommodation in Lawrence, Otago, in the South Island of New Zealand. With three accommodation options, built in 2012 and 2010, these are fresh, modern and spacious with everything you need to be self-sufficient and are perfectly set up for families and groups.

Lawrence Townhouse Accommodation is conveniently located just 50 meters away from the main street of Lawrence. Here, the historic gold-rush era shop fronts line the street, which now feature cafes and gift shops, as well as the charming information centre, which is also the town’s museum.

While you stay in Lawrence, be sure to experience one of the many walking tracks around the former gold mining districts, including Gabriel’s Gully where gold was first discovered in 1864. There is also a nine hole golf course which is popular with visitors, and the Anthem House where New Zealand’s national anthem was composed.

Lawrence is a thriving small town which is big on arts, events and culture. In September, the old Hart brewery is a highlight, where you can see fields of thousands of daffodils in bloom and the one hundred year old rhododendrons.

Colonsay Street

Lawrence, South Island, NZ