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New Zealand’s oldest botanic gardens are a must-see on your trip to Dunedin – if you’re not a botanic enthusiast when you get here, you soon will be!
Bring some bread to feed the ducks, and pack a picnic, a relaxing rural parkland awaits you.
A beautiful, native bush reserve with a picnic area, on the banks of the Hangaroa River. Good fishing, safe swimming, picnic and camping facilities.
Dolbel Reserve, Taradale – With its grassy slopes and shady trees, this is a pretty place to go for a wander. Locals like to slide down the hills on cardboard so if there’s a kid in you (or with you!) bring your own box and have some fun.
Duntroon is home to incredible geological formations that bring visitors from all over the world.
Catch the ferry across the harbour to Eastbourne, and you’ll touch down at fashionable Day’s Bay, where you can swim, go on a bush walk, fish from the wharf, or feed the ducks in Williams Park.
Solitude and relaxation in order? Drift Bay is where it’s at. It may not be far from Queenstown, but it’s a world away from fast-paced action and adventure.
Art aficionados will have a visit here firmly on their itinerary, but as one of the country’s most significant art museums, there’s something to delight and inspire almost anyone.
Lap up lakeside splendour with a choice of two walks starting out at Old Cromwell Town.