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    Coloured sheep we saw on the route
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  • 1. The Octagon

    The Octagon is the central "square" [actually and obviously an octagon] in the centre of the city. It is well laid out with a nice covered walkway alongside the road thru the middle. A variety of...

  • 2. Botanic Gardens

    Dunedin's Botanic Gardens is New Zealand's oldest botanic garden, opened in 1869. It remains one of the country's finest with an extensive rose garden, Japanese garden, bird aviary and the famous...

  • 3. Royal Albatross Centre

    The Royal Albatross, one of the largest seabirds, is a gliding phenomenon. It regularly circumnavigates the globe, sometimes aloft for days on end. Ranging effortlessly on the prevailing winds, it...


    The Southern Scenic route is what we followed all the way to Invercargill and onto Milford Sound. We only missed a couple of small sections, they were at the...

  • 5. Speights – Centre of the Liquor Restriction Area

    -You see, I have worked hard to find the right angle to get this contradiction into a photo: a sign which shows that you are in an area where it is not allowed...

  • 6. Those Chimps are hilarious

    I do not really know why they show this little film at the Otago Settlers Museum – perhaps because it is part of the history of transportation in New Zealand....

  • 7. Impressive Students’ Toilets

    -As you might know, I am amazed that in New Zealand you find public toilets anywhere, even in the middle of nowhere. To a certain extent this includes the state...

  • 8. First Presbyterian Church of Otago.

    First Church of Otago,410 Moray Place,Dunedin.There are not many old classic churches in New Zealand, and most of them are in the South Island, where the...

  • 9. Speight brewery

    On arrival take a step back in time on to the cobblestone streets, as you become a part of Speight's history which dates back to 1876.Opportunity to see, smell,...

  • 10. Fur seals...

    New Zealand Fur Seals live on the rocks and can be seen here day or night, all year round. From mid to late December you will be treated to intimate views of...

  • 11. The rich architectural heritage of Dunedin.

    The thing I most liked about Dunedin was the way so much of its built heritage has been retained in the city. Much of this has to do with the fact that its...

  • 12. Beaches

    St Clair and St Kilda BeachesThe best of Dunedin's ocean beaches are St Clair and St Kilda, bordering the southern suburbs of the city. A wide variety of...

  • 13. Double decker buses

    These buses were one of my favorite sites of Dunedin, and made the city look even more English (note, there's just a few of them - not public transport but...

  • 14. Beautiful & colourful glass art

    When you are at the railway station, you should go up to the second floor and admire the beautiful & colourful glass art of the windows. They are simply...

  • 15. Benches, benches, everywhere

    One of the best thing about Dunedin is that there are many benches located almost everywhere in the city which is very good for resting after a long walk.

  • 16. Colourful and historical buildings

    There are many historical buildings as well as colourful buildings in Dunedin almost every corner you turn. This is one of my deep impression of Dunedin.

  • 17. Catch a movie at Hoyts 6 Cinema

    If you want watch a movie, you can go to the Hoyts 6 Cinema which is conveniently located at the Octagen area.

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