Lake Waihola Lake Waihola is a peaceful stretch of water famous for its reflections. Bull Creek Bull creek is a popular holiday resort with its beautiful surrounds and enjoyable bush walk, this is a easy to moderate 40 minute return walk that will take you along Bull Creek where you are able to swim and picnic. McNally Track The lookout at the top of the McNally Track provides panoramic views of Milton and the surrounding farm land, forests and coastline. Chrystalls Beach Chrystalls Beach is an attractive spot for holidaying families. Taieri Mouth The seaside fishing village of Taieri Mouth is nestled in the folds of the South Otago coastline. Toko Mouth Toko Mouth is a popular seaside village at the mouth of the Tokomairiro River. Milburn Whale Fossils & Lookout The lookout provides wonderful views of Lake Waihola and local farms. Mount Stuart Tunnel Also known as the Glenore Tunnel, the Mount Stuart Tunnel provided access for the Tokomairiro–Lawrence Railway. Butchery Museum This museum contains historic equipment and photographs from over 50 years of the butchery trade in Milton. Sinclair Wetlands Part of the Waihola Waipori Wetlands, which are the most significant waterfowl habitat in Otago. Titri Creek Conservation Area Part of the Waihola Waipori Wetlands, which are the most significant waterfowl habitat in Otago.