Duntroon is 45 km north-west of Ōamaru. Rock outcrops and fossil beds in nearby rolling hills are a distinctive part of the landscape, and there are Māori rock drawings at nearby Takiroa. The 1876 Campbell homestead is a short distance from Ōtekaieke. Ngāpara, on a back road towards Ōamaru, has a flour mill, one of many that operated in the district before milling was centralised.

Meaning of place name
Named after the Scottish home town of estate owner Robert Campbell.

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