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Thrilled to have the opportunity to visit this beautiful railway station during a few hours in Dunedin , absolutely beautiful inside & out . Added bonus of a very good art exhibition on when we visited too. Would recommend .
Went to look at an art exhibition that my grandson had a painting. Had a walk around the station after visiting the exhibition. Struck by the number of tourists present and an Asian couple having wedding photos taken, what a setting for this and a...More
A beautiful building built in the early 1900s and kept in excellent condition. several passenger and sight seeing trains leave and arrive at the station each day. We had the opportunity to travel round trip up the Tairei Gorge this day.
A lovingly restored and maintained railway station built in Flemish Renaissance style.
It is in use today but even if you are not travelling by rail it is worth popping in
The floor tiles and the stained glass windows upstairs were the highlights for us...More
No cost to visit the station for photos etc with amazing gardens In the front. Stunning mosaic floors and stained glasses windows inside. Also includes the art gallery for free and we actually enjoyed the walk through. Also a sporting gallery there, however cost involved....More
Don't miss checking out this incredible railway station. The architecture is an eclectic, revived Flemish renaissance style. Stunning. Inside the building features a Mosaic floor. The upstairs balcony has a frieze of Royal Doulton porcelain. This is a very striking railway building.
There are plenty of parks near the railway station that are $5 for the day, pay and display. There are signs on the side of the road that will show what the maximum parking time is. The pattern seemed to be, the further you... More
There are plenty of parks near the railway station that are $5 for the day, pay and display. There are signs on the side of the road that will show what the maximum parking time is. The pattern seemed to be, the further you go towards the outskirts of the CBD (away from the octagon) the cheaper and longer the parking. Make sure you get there early so you have time to find a park where you can stay for more than 4 hours and have a GPS as we found the one way streets in Dunedin a bit confusing. Have an awesome trip.