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Parks & nature in Dunedin City

Scenic Viewpoint
“Our castle (its a little one but its worth the trip). Restored over many years by one family the drive up gives wonderful views. The grounds are beautiful and the castle has tales to tell.”
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Scenic Viewpoint
“We never knew that Albatross could be so big. It's not guaranteed to see Albatross, but the drive out is so spectacular it's worth it either way.”
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Other Great Outdoors
“Orokonui Ecosanctuary is a 15 minute drive from Hill View. It is a predator-fenced area of great natural beauty and a beautiful place to take a bush walk and listen to the birdsong. They have Takahe and kaka and a lovely visitor centre and cafe. ”
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Park
“Lively with a zingy menu of Asian fusion tapas and cocktails. Vault 21 is always a buzz with a commanding view to the Octagon.”
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Garden
“Walking distance from Hill View is the beautiful Botanic Garden, don't miss the aviaries. A must visit in any season. ”
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Beach
“Perhaps Dunedin's most spectacular stretch of coast. The walk down is ~20minutes, return a bit slower. The light is best in morning, the wee beach is more accessible at low tide.”
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Garden
“A very special place that is a must to visit. It celebrates the contribution Chinese people have made, and continue to make, to Dunedin's history, culture and ongoing prosperity. The Dunedin Chinese Garden is the only authentic Chinese garden in New Zealand. It is the first in the Southern Hemisphere.”
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Scenic Viewpoint
“According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Baldwin Street is officially the steepest residential street in the world. Make your mark and conquer it!”
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Park
“This restaurant is set among beautiful gardens and provides a consistently high quality of food and service. One of Dunedin's preeminent dinning establishments. It is at its best in daylight so one can appreciate the gardens and harbour views. ”
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Park
“A fantastic tour that takes you into the heart of the Peninsula where you can watch the rarest of Penguins. ”
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Beach
“Explore the sea-carved sandstone cliffs, rock arches and caves at Tunnel Beach; look for fossils as you descend through the pioneers' hand-carved tunnel.”
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Garden
“Houses the wild birds aviary's, rhododendron collections from around the world, winter gardens with tropical plants and a cafe.”
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Park
“The first botanic gardens in New Zealand. Lots of different areas to explore. Say hello to the birds in the Aviary.”
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Garden
“There's a steep track leading here off the end of Stonelaw Terrace. You can also link up with a walk through Ross Creek for a longer walk. At night there are glow worms visible on the trail back up to Ross Creek.”
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Park
“With the trees, and the kids park and the creek running through this is a great place to go and relax!”
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Zoo
“Easy beach to get to if you want to stretch your legs in the evening after you arrive. Plenty of sea lions (please look after our wildlife and respect the space they need or they won't be around in the future ... and they can run very fast!). ”
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