The proceeds of the Otago Central Rail Trail Offical Passport contributes to the development and enhancement of the Rail Trail experience.
Collect Stamps As You Go
At each station site a red-painted replica of a NZ Railways Department emergency phone box houses a stamp machine for you to stamp your Offical Passport with the station name.
The Otago Central Rail Trail is a Recreational Reserve developed by the Department of Conservation in partnership with the Otago Central Rail Trail Trust. On-going enhancements of the Trail greatly depend on grants and other additional funds raised by the Trust.
Photo: Hyde Station 4 January 1968, George Emerson
Get Your Passport
Pick up a Passport at the start of your journey to record your progress. The Passport provides a wonderful record of your journey.
Passports to stamp en-route can be purchased via the Tour Operators, some accommodation providers and or the Department of Conservation office, Dunstan Road, Alexandra.