Olveston is ‘export ready’ and can offer wholesale rates to inbound operators, onshore excursion operators and other tourism buyers.
Please contact us on +64 3 477 3320 or by email with your questions about wholesale rates.
Olveston can run up to ten separate tours of 15 people at any given time.
Tours are 60 minutes and include an experienced guide.
Depending on what your clients are interested in, tours can focus on particular aspects of the House and the collection (for example, architecture, Japanese travels and collection, social history, the textiles and housekeeping at the house) or a general tour. Tours focusing on specific areas of the collection are available on request and tailored to specific interests (60 minutes to 120 minutes).
Tours can include add-ons such as a morning or afternoon tea, please contact us for more details and options.
The Olveston can also offer pre-booked tours either before or after usual opening hours. Early morning in particular with start times from 8.00am. Evening tours after our 5pm closing are also available on request.
Olveston Historic Home recognises the importance of conducting our business with a responsibility towards the environment and in the community in which we operate. As a responsible museum and tourism operation we ensure our activities have the least possible negative impact on the environment, now and in the future. We endeavour to operate as a sustainable and responsible, organisation, which meets customer expectations. We are committed to working with others to raise awareness in the environment and to develop and demonstrate good practice by operating in a sensitive and considered manner. We have clear policies for responsible tourism.
Olveston Historic Home is proud to be certified Zero Carbon Business Operations with Ekos. We have measured and offset the carbon footprint of our Business Operations for the 2021 financial year with certified carbon credits from the Rarakau Rainforest Conservation Project.
These offsets protect Māori owned indigenous rainforest, in western Southland, Aotearoa. This wet rainforest is adjacent to Fiordland National Park on the very southern coastline of the South Island, and located at the start of the Hump Ridge Track. The forest has a tawhai (silver beech) canopy, intermixed with miro and tōtara.
Olveston welcomes pre-booked famils from registered travels agents, buyers and operators. Contact us via email to find out more.
Information packages about Olveston for sales purposes are available upon request. Please contact us via email with details of the information you require.