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Dunedin Attractions

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Otago 5.0 stars
National Park, Nature Reserve - #1 of 8
The water was cold, icy, and blue, and it held me in a tight embrace, like a huge wet tongue wrapped around my entire body. Bubbles of air floated through the strange half light of the underwater environment, and only their movement, like ... [more ]
Cadbury World 5.0 stars
Shopping - #2 of 8
I met a Dutch guy in New Zealand who said to me the following sentence: "Have you been to Cadbury World... they have a waterfall made of chocolate..." His eyes sort of glazed over when he said this, focusing on something in the distance. A ... [more ]
Speights Brewery 4.0 stars
Industry, Economy - #3 of 8
Speights beer is known throughout the land of New Zealand as being a fine drop. It is one of the most popular beers in the country, and has won many awards around the world. Its clear brown colour and weighty taste has adorned the tongues of many ... [more ]
Dunedin Public Art Gallery 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #4 of 8
Still on the Octagon, near St Paul's Cathedral, is the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Although it appears to blend in with the gothic and grey architecture on the outside, the inside of the gallery is bright and modern. Wooden floors reflect light ... [more ]
St Paul's Cathedral 5.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #5 of 8
To one side of the Octagon is a statue of Robert Burns, the Scottish poet. Black and covered in bird poo, he stands proudly reciting his undeciperable poems to a crowd that consists of an office worker having her lunch, a young girl chasing ... [more ]
Otago Early Settlers Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #6 of 8
From the outside, the Otago Early Settlers Museum looks exactly like what it used to be - a bus station. The building is square and unmemorable, but it is worth entering through the glass doors and exploring the interior. Inside the museum I ... [more ]
the First Church 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #7 of 8
The same man who designed the Municipal Chambers, Robert Lawson, also designed the first church in Dunedin - which is now called First Church. It lies on Moray Street, and, quite honestly, it looks like a rocket ship. Tall and straight, the spire ... [more ]
The Municipal Chambers 3.0 stars
Building - #8 of 8
Although it has undergone a lot of restoration over the last few years, the Municipal Chambers in Dunedin still look grotty. Situated on the Octagon, and made from the wonderful white rock sourced locally and called Oamaru Sandstone, it seems as ... [more ]
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