As you probably already know I struggle a bit with the text for my posts, the photos are the easy part for me, so I’m taking a break this time and sharing some of my favourite photos.
Here is a taste of some of Dunedin’s amazing street art – There are 25 different sites featuring artists from around the world.
We were just heading home along the coast road when we saw a big storm heading our way, so we rushed home, I grabbed my camera and got some photos.
Another trip, this time over the beautiful golden sands of Dunedin’s Southern beaches.
Another interesting Dunedin walk, climb the smaller pyramid for great views and see seals and sea lions on the beach.
More magical Dunedin Beaches – Long Beach and Purakaunui Inlet. Only ten minutes drive from Port Chalmers or about 25 minutes from Dunedin City.
A flight around the Otago Harbour and Otago Peninsular
The tunnel beach walkway is 7.5 kilometres from the centre of Dunedin, a very short trip that will reward you with breathtaking scenery, sea-carved sandstone cliffs, secluded beaches, rock arches and caves.
Just north of Dunedin at Waikouaiti, the beach is a beautiful spot for a walk or a picnic. At the north end of the beach there is a road that leads to an interesting group of buildings known as Matanaka Farm. The five buildings are the oldest surviving farm buildings that are still in their original position in the…
Are you looking for a pleasant walk (about an hour) with amazing scenery, fur seals and possibly yellow eyed penguins? Then head to Tavora Reserve.