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The most beautiful home in New Zealand. Olveston Historic House was the Theomin family home. The house and contents were gifted to the people of Dunedin in 1966. Olveston reflects an era of gracious living.
If you’re down at the waterfront, then call in at the Olympic museum for a quick peek. It’s only one small room, but it’s a proud Kiwi tribute to our Olympic history.
If you want a taste of nature just minutes from the city centre, head to this stunning 100 hectare native forest reserve. Highlights include the 800-year-old rimu tree and an amazing tree-top Canopy Walkway.
Take the sea air and join the locals for a walk along Wellington’s stunning waterfront. The atmosphere is lively and you can breakfast first at one of the waterfront cafes before you start your walk.
You’ll feel somewhat of a cheat here – it’s an easy walk or cycle, with exceptional views. Who needs to climb mountains?