78 Gordon Road
Mosgiel NZ 9024

Please click on each of the small pictures to see a bigger photograph

Mosgiel is an urban satellite of Dunedin in Otago, fifteen kms west of the city's centre.

This large suburb doubles as a country town for the local farmers. Mosgiel is separated from Dunedin the city by hills. It takes its name from Mossgiel in Ayrshire, the farm of poet Robbie Burns, who was the uncle of one of Dunedin’s founders.

The hawthorn hedges, small farms, grand houses, old oak trees, narrow country roads and peaceful countryside here are as close as you’ll get to rural England in New Zealand. It’s the perfect place to explore by car or bicycle with beautiful hidden corners such as Woodside tucked under the hills and the timeless village of Outram - the ideal picnic spot. 

For more information, see and