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Coastal Otago

An oddity that works. The Scots did their best to tame the beast but wildlife still prevails. Get a hip flask of whisky, a kilt and stride the coast with purpose.

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Moeraki Boulders

Penguin + Seal Viewing. Time: From 20 mins to 1 hour

The beach at Sandfly Bay

Sandfly Bay Track

Otago Peninsula

Sandfly Bay Track

Otago Peninsula

2.5 km return | 1 hour return

One of  Dunedin's most remote beaches

5 km return | 1 hour 30 minutes return

Victorian celebrations

New Zealand's only victorian town!

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Shag Point / Matakaea

Yellow Eyed Penguins and Seal Viewing

Shag Point / Matakaea

Yellow Eyed Penguins and Seal Viewing

Sandymount Track

Lovers Leap and The Chasm

Sandymount Track

Lovers Leap and The Chasm

2.5 km return | 1 hour return

Penguin viewing

Bushy Beach

Penguin & Seal Viewing Hide

Bushy Beach

Penguin & Seal Viewing Hide

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Peter pan

New Zealand's first Botanic Garden is recognised internationally. There is pleasure and learning for everyone.

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Mary

South Africa

The cape: a few little walks along the coast and over the hill where you can go and see the little blue penguins and the yellow eyed penguin for free at dusk. Walk out along the pier and you might run into a big stinky seal as well......

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Pilots Beach

Tairoa Head - Little Blue Penguin Viewing

Pilots Beach

Tairoa Head - Little Blue Penguin Viewing

Royal Albatros
Moeraki Boulders at sunrise

600 m return | 10 minutes return

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Xandra

Netherlands

There are lots of walks and mountain biking out the back of Dunedin for adventurous people – weather changes quickly here and there can be lots of flooded rivers, ask the locals and be prepared for what you are getting yourself into. Very different to Europe! Get mountain biking information from the Dunedin council website. Easy rides for beginners and kids are in Jubilee Park.

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The Great Hall

A ‘must visit’ for lovers of arts and culture; a visit to Olveston offers a unique glimpse into the extraordinary lives of one of New Zealand’s wealthiest and generous families.

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