Forrester Lodge

353 King Edward Street, Dunedin, 9012, New Zealand

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Travel Tips for Dunedin

Knox College

by TomorrowsAngel

Knox College opened in 1909, serving the University of Otago as an affiliated residential college. It is a community of scholars consisting of more than 200 undergraduate and postgraduate residents and 50 non-resident postgraduate and academic members engaged in many different studies.
Knox College is also the home of the School of Ministry of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand.

Port Chalmers

by rozehill

Port Chalmers
The port of Otago (population 3111) was historically the location of the Otago Block purchase and the landing of the Otago settlers, the shipping point for the first frozen meat exports to Britain in 1882 and a resting place for the Antarctic explorers Scott, Shackleton and Byrd. The Don Juan, a former Spanish slave trader, is visible at low tide in nearby Deborah Bay. There is a precinct of historic 19th century buildings, several interesting churches, and a memorial to Antarctic explorer Sir Robert Falcon Scott.

Otago Peninsula

by littlebush

The Otago Peninsula, a short drive out of Dundin is not to be missed. The road hugs the lake before going out towards the sea with stunning dramatic cliffs. You can see penguins and seals further on the route. Theres also a castle, New Zealands only castle on route, cant remember its name though. You can get great views from here of the city and the lake.

Baldwyn street is suppossed top be the worlds steepest street! you can drive up and down it anytime of day!

The Catlins further south is an area of rugged forest and unsealed road and also leads you to the most southerly point in new zealand whcih me being me had to go and see, but didnt realise i had to tramp across a cow field for 2 miles in pouring rain just to take a foto of a crap sign! d'oh!

Hang out in the Octagon

by Robmj

This is the central point of the CBD and contains an area of grass, trees, seats and monuments surrounded by beautiful buildings. The Octagon is also ringed with bars and cafes, theatres, shops and is a vibrant display of city life.

A great place to people watch.

Yellow-eyed penguin in Otago Peninsula

by josephva

The yellow-eyed penguin is the third largest penguin in the world. The birds gets its name from the yellow-orange cat-like eyes. They live and breeds on the forested coastline of New Zealand and the sub-Antarctic Islands to the south of New Zealand.

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