Here by the Dunedin Railway Station is the Otago Settlers Museum, and the picture here shows the railway engine inside the glass sided building.
The Taieri Gorge Railway excursion starts from the Edwardian railway station which to be said the most photographed building in New Zealand.
I went on a 8x8 wheel drive to see the wildlife with Natures Wonders Naturally and it was great. We saw blue penguins, yellow-eyed penguins, New Zealand fur seals and Stewart Island shags up close.
Go to Baldwin street - it claimed itself as the steepest street in the world. Walk up there and back, go to the souvenir shop and get yourself a certificate for fun :)
This huge and impressive historical cathedral is a landmark in downtown Dunedin and located at the Octagon area. An impressive statue of Robert Burns is situated in front of this cathedral.
This magnificient church located near to the Octagon is another landmark in Dunedin and is worth dropping by to visit.
The Anzac Square is the beautiful garden situated in front of the famous railway station. Across the road is another famous building, the Law Courts of Dunedin.
NZ's oldest University has a splendid collection of buildings.
The historic registry is probably the photographers main delight.
This high point on the Northern side of the harbor offers one of the best panoramic views of the city and the whole harbor. On the very top there is a monument to the New Zealand Centennial of 1940.
We arrived in the train station a few minutes before departure time so we still had time to explore the interior. It is said that the interior tiles is Royal Doulton's.
For 6 hours we traveled from Dunedin to Pukerangi/Middlemarch then connected by Citibus Newton Lines coach to Queenstown via the Maniototo Plains.
Do drive carefully as the road can be narrow & winding, we were almost hit by a car while negotiating a near 360 degree bend.
From the top floor of the castle there is a spiral staircase leading up to the roof and the turret. Great views over the gardens and the Otago Penninsula.