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#1 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
staff knowledge excellent, very good to see how the other half lived in the early 1900''s was very impressed with the detail on view, Well worth a visit.
Such a fascinating look into a perfectly preserved landmark.
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#2 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
This is the best lookout point of Dunedin, close to the city with amazing views above the city and the Otago harbour and peninsula.
Embrace a fantastic scenery walk from the Dunedin gardens to the top of the lockout point and have a breath taking view of Dunedin and the peninsula...you may even come across some sheeps on the way.
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#3 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
Stunning location on the otago peninsular with a great visitor / information centre and a wonderful cafe (the sausage rolls Mm Mm) The guided tour to view the Royal Albatross is a rare & wonderful experience - Tai...
Spent a marvellous 5 hours here, did the full tour, amazing site, such huge birds, the disappearing gun and tunnels was fascinating.
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#4 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
... Wonderland statue, the quirky door in the tree trunk, tapestry garden, rock garden, south seas garden with fabulous views to the Harbour Cone, Otago Harbour and the little islands, Goat, Quarantine and Pudding!
With spectacular views and beautifully maintained lush gardens, we loved the Alice in Wonderland theme throughout and enjoyed finding various items around the grounds.
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#5 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
Lots of people are well looked after, great views inside and food/beverages are easily accessible.
Students down one end keeping everyone entertained, covered stadium and all seats with a great view.
#6 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
The view is amazing and peaceful with a garden in front of the church.
Iconic landmark church.
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#7 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
It is a fantastic site to behold nd one well worth visiting.
Right above the octagon, so there is a great view from the front door at the top of the steps.
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#8 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
... street.You can acess it either by car or by walking.If you wish to walk up you will find it easier to climb the steps located on the right side.Reaching the top the view is beautiful and worth the effort.
We love the tough climb, amazing views, lovely painting of the Street at the top and the kids enjoy getting their certificate once they get back down again!
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#9 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
The centre of Dunedin, the Octagon has views of many old buildings, a statue of Robert Burns as a tribute to the Scottish nature of the city, and a Writer's Trail written into the pathways.
There are many coffee shops and restaurants to sit and enjoy the view on the Octagon.
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#10 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
The views, the historic buildings and the open space shape an overwhelming picturistic campus.
There is a cafe at the university where you get a stunning view if the clock tower.
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#11 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
Near by are plenty of cafes and bars to eat & drink and other sights to see like St Pauls.
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#13 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
We did all the best sights of Dunedin with great commentary at a relaxed pace, giving us plenty of time to take everything in.
We found the tour information at the i-site in Dunedin.
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#15 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
Up the hill and around the corner, the views are lovely.
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#16 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
Great geological landmark in Dunedin
It then takes 35 minutes to get to Buttlers Peak, where we had to search for the path halfway up, but once up there we had amazing views over North East Valley and the Peninsular.
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#18 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
If the weather is clear, the views from the top are quite majestic.
Views for miles and miles.
#19 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
A great place to stretch the legs and check out the lovely coastal views and beautiful white sandy beaches of St Clair and St Kilda
#20 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
We had come for a graduation of our daughter, what a great venue well ventilated, specious and good views all round.
#21 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
The restored site is magnificent.
#22 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
Fabulous views of the Port Chalmers terminal and harbour.
#23 of 30 Sights & Landmarks in Dunedin
The scenic view during the drive is awe inspiring, the day was cloudy and the clouds were looming around the mountains, which made the pictures even better.
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