Things To Do In Geraldine

Geraldine has a range of exciting shops and activities to keep you entertained during your stay with plenty of options to suit every budget and traveler.

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Things to do around Geraldine

Mundells / Information Centre

Find out more information about Geraldine at the iSite located in Mundell's Cafe. Grab a coffee and something to eat before you explore what we have to offer here in Geraldine. Also make sure to check out the World’s Largest Knitted Jersey here at the isite!

Things to do around Geraldine, Cinema

Great for a rainy day or if you want to watch some of the latest films in this quirky little cinema. Who needs cinema seating, when you can have sofas instead.

Things to do around Geraldine, museum

Geraldine Historical Museum

With a large range of photographs and displays Geraldine Museum is the place to go if you would like to learn more about the history of this small town.

Things to do around Geraldine

The Alpaca Centre

Unique garments made and designed in Geraldine. These include  Knitting Yarn and Patterns, Knitting Kitsets, Knitwear for adults, children and baby, Alpaca Novelties, Gifts & Souvenirs.

Things to do around Geraldine, Swimming pool

The Geraldine Outdoor Heated pool is just across the road from the park, options for lane swimming for the more enthusiastic swimmers. Only open during summer months.

Things to do around Geraldine, Vintage car museum

Vintage Car Museum

Vast range of old cars and other vehicles, displayed in well organised show rooms. Great leap back in time to view well maintained vehicles and machinery.

Walks in Geraldine, South Canterbury

From Geraldine’s main street, it is a five minute stroll to the Talbot Forest Scenic Reserve. The reserve offers four easy, shady walks through a rare remnant of lowland podocarp and hardwood native forest. Picnic facilities and toilets are available.

Things to do around Geraldine, soccer golf

located at the back of Farm Shop Cafe – 2 mins drive away.

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Susan Badcock Gallery

In a move that owner of Geraldine’s Susan Badcock Studio describes as “an opportunity too good to miss,” Susan Badcock is extending her fine art studio upstairs to a larger premise where it will be rebranded as Susan Badcock Gallery, while a new gallery shop, The Mailroom, will inhabit her existing studio.

The first floor of Geraldine’s iconic Old Post Office building has undergone a major restoration project that has seen the area opened into a light and welcoming gallery space. The multiple apartment-style rooms are a significant attraction for Susan who has plans in place for exhibitions of larger scales of work and a personal studio for her hand-colouring and photography, as well as exhibitions by invited artists.