Plunge into our solar/boiler heated community pool situated
opposite the school. Open throughout the summer months and
heated to over 24 degrees, Millers Flat folk are very proud
to offer this extremely well maintained facility to
Sprawl on the gently sloping lawn, dive into the 1.70m depth
and crawl the 33m length to release all those cares, woes
and aching bike muscles.
Fire up the BBQ provided or bring a picnic and enjoy meeting
the friendly locals.
Stop off whilst cycling from Roxburgh to Millers Flat, or
make a special trip, to see the remains of the iconic Teviot
Station Woolshed. New Zealand's largest stone ruin remains
are listed Category 1 with the Historical Places Trust. Made
from stone, steel and timber this was once the world's
largest woolshed. On private land the colossal curved end
makes it strikingly visible from both Smith and Loop roads.
Situated along the Millennium Track some 17 kms from Millers Flat and near the Clutha Gold Cycleway the Lonely Graves is a well-known historical site now managed by DoC.
Well worth a visit or a picnic outing, the Horseshoe Bend Bridge, 70.2 metres long, spanning New Zealand's largest river, is one of the more substantial and impressive footbridges in the country. Of the countless suspension bridges built from 1842 to the 30's few remain. For the early settlers a major problem was the safe crossing of New Zealand's numerous rivers. The commonest cause of death in the early period was from drowning, mostly in rivers.