Enliven has nine rest homes, and three retirement villages across Otago.
- Aspiring Enliven Care Centre, Elmslie House and Wānaka Retirement Village, Wanaka
- Holmdene, Balclutha
- Iona Care Home and Columba Court Retirement Village, Oamaru
- Ranui and Castlewood Care Homes and Ranui Court Retirement Village
- Ross Home, St Andrews Care home, and Taieri Court Care Home, Dunedin
- Taieri Court, Mosgiel
Wānaka is the ultimate hub for outdoor activities. Just a short drive to Mount Aspiring National Park, you can enjoy climbing, hiking, biking or winter skiing across beautiful mountain scapes. The nearby lakes and rivers are ideal for kayaking, fishing, lake cruises and jetboating. A hot spot for tourists, you can find great food and locally crafted beer, wine and spirits on virtually every street corner.
Enjoy all the advantages of urban living with the convenience of a smaller city. Dunedin hosts gorgeous Victorian and Edwardian heritage buildings. Nowadays, these are filled with quirky cafes, boutiques and other attractions. You can explore over 25 beautiful beaches, if you’re not afraid of the cold Pacific Ocean waves! Dunedin is also home to rare wildlife – in the Otago Peninsula you can spot little blue penguins, yellow-eyed penguins, fur seals, sea lions, and giant albatross.
Balclutha is a small town sitting on the banks of the Clutha River. The commercial centre of the agricultural region of South Otago, Balclutha has all the amenities you need. A gateway to the Catlins, Balclutha is just a short drive from the spectacular coastal stretch that boasts untouched natural beauty. Here you will find native forests fringed by high cliffs, deserted sandy beaches, waterfalls, hidden lakes, and caves.
Uncover an authentic Victorian precinct while exploring the imaginative fantasy steampunk world in Oamaru. Oamaru is a celebration of art, history and food. Venture into Oamaru a little further and you’ll find shopping, craft, and the beautiful public gardens. Nature is on show with Duntroon geological rock landscape and Moeraki boulders just a short drive away.
Alexandra is a wine and fruit growing haven and home to a community that thrives on recreation and outdoor adventure. On foot or mountain bike, you can follow trails in the hills to appreciate the unique beauty of the area. In summer and autumn you can enjoy local apricots, peaches, cherries and apples. In winter, go ice skating on Manorburn Dam with its 30 hectares of natural ice. With plenty of bike trails, including the start of the Otago Central Rail Trail, Alexandra is a mountain bikers dream.
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