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One of  Dunedin's most remote beaches

5 km return | 1 hour 30 minutes return

Old wharf at Aramoana

Aramoana

Port Chalmers

Aramoana

Port Chalmers

Upto 4 km return | upto 1 hour return

The beach at Sandfly Bay

Sandfly Bay Track

Otago Peninsula

Sandfly Bay Track

Otago Peninsula

2.5 km return | 1 hour return

Avoid Camping Fines!

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Esplanade Surf School

St Clair, Dunedin

Stunner!

2 km return | 1 hour return

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Views south from Sandymount

Sandymount Track

Lovers Leap and The Chasm

Sandymount Track

Lovers Leap and The Chasm

2.5 km return | 1 hour return

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Netherlands

Check the weather when driving south to Dunedin in the winter. Snow can easily fall to sea level and the road over Mt Cargill is often closed for hours.

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Warrington Reserve

Overnight Self Contained Campervans, Tents allowed

Warrington Reserve

Overnight Self Contained Campervans, Tents allowed

Overnight camping in self-contained vehicles and tents.

Leith Saddle Track

Waitati Valley

Leith Saddle Track

Waitati Valley

Time: 3.5 hr return

Careys Bay

Overnight self-contained Campervan Parking

Careys Bay

Overnight self-contained Campervan Parking

Peter pan

New Zealand's first Botanic Garden is recognised internationally. There is pleasure and learning for everyone.

The Great Hall

A ‘must visit’ for lovers of arts and culture; a visit to Olveston offers a unique glimpse into the extraordinary lives of one of New Zealand’s wealthiest and generous families.