New Zealand’s oldest gardens were established in 1863, includes an aviary, rhododendron dell, duck pond and Japanese garden.
Walk among the profusion of native ferns, exotic imports and indigenous New Zealand trees, showcasing 120 years of conservation of our botanical heritage.
Constructed in 2008, the garden is New Zealand’s only authentic Chinese garden, and one of only three outside China. It commemorates the contribution of Chinese people to the history and culture of Dunedin. Check out the 380,000 hand made roof tiles!
This beach is adjacent to the holiday park, swim or surf (weather permitting!!) or enjoy a relaxing walk.
Stroll on the promenade, dine or have a coffee at one of the five beachside cafe/restaurants.
The most unusual access to a beach!
From the sand stone cliff at tunnel beach.
A good place to try and spot penguins and seals.