Visiting Te Anau

Visiting Te Anau

The visitor centre in Te Anau re-opened on Wednesday, which Real Journeys chief executive Richard Lauder says had to be completely gutted for refurbishment.

‘It’s part of our commitment to continue to invest in Te Anau - the heart of our business,’ he says.

‘It follows on from our recent investment in the Takahe café building, the new Fiordland i-SITE and the Go Orange visitor centre and is making sure that visitors enjoy their time with us at every touch point.’ 

The visitor centre has been completely redesigned, maximising on lake views and can comfortably accommodate more people. 

The new building was designed by McCulloch Architects and built by Amalgamated Builders from Invercargill, it took almost six months to complete.