望京小筑Dunedin is culturally rich with historic buildings, museums and bird sanctuaries. The city still has many typical Scottish-style buildings, which are described as the "most like Scotland outside Scotland". Dunedin is culturally rich with historic buildings, museums and bird sanctuaries. The city still has many typical Scottish-style buildings, which are described as the "most like Scotland outside Scotland"
Kimi_jmThis is the fourth largest city in New Zealand and the second largest city in the South Island. It is actually not that big. In the urban area, the whole city has a strong Scottish style. The urban railway station is very classic and beautiful. Unfortunately, it will be closed when it arrives. I could not go in and see, some of the famous buildings in the city are concentrated and within walking distance. The Otago Peninsula on the outskirts of the city is a rare wildlife park. There are famous royal albatross, yellow-eyed penguins, seals, etc., which can be reached by car. The road is narrow
pxy0705Baldwin Street in Dunedin is a very magical street, here is a sense of visual error. It looks like a downhill road, but the car parked there can automatically drive uphill, which is really amazing, so it attracts many tourists to drive to experience this unusual road.
翱翔的大鲨鱼Oamaru Oamaru, Maori Te Oha-a-Maru,
Located 80 kilometers south of Timaru and 120 kilometers north of Dunedin, it is strung by New Zealand's longest highway No. 1, and is the third largest city in Otago. There is the most famous penguin conservation center here. Currently, the world's smallest blue penguin is being reproduced. In addition, yellow-eyed penguins have appeared in Bushy Beach, making this town also known as Penguin Town.
pxy0705Lanark Castle in Dunedin is an ancient castle with a history of more than 300 years. It was the first castle built during the British colonial period. It has a very obvious aristocratic atmosphere. Both the furniture and the collection of artworks are very interesting. The grade is definitely worth visiting.
pxy0705The First Church of Otago in Dunedin is the most famous church here. Its high towers plunge into the sky. The stained glass in the church is filled with very beautiful shocking stories. When the sun shines through the glass into the church , The colorful colors sprinkled on the ground give people a very dreamy feeling.
The castle was very rich with history if Dunedin. The castle us also very well maintained for how old it was and the gardens were alot better than I anticipated. If you are going here, please pay the extra to go through the castle. It was better than expected, but beware of the high road going to the castle as it is kind of narrow. A smaller vehicle is probably for the best. #wintergetaway
I went to Dunedin New Zealand and was able to see the beautiful sky. when you see the three photos, you will be able to see the wonder of the nature which always shows hopes. The street lamp in the sunset sky, the rainbow over the tree, and lastly, the hopes from the cloud!
I think they are all beautiful!
Always hope for the best to come !
Dunedin is the most beautifull city I‘ve ever seen! I wish I could live here!!! The university is just breathtaking and the chocolate factory just delicious 😍 Do not miss out on this if you‘re spending your time in New Zealand!
Dunedin Railway Station is New Zealand's most beautiful station. This building, designed according to the Flemish Renaissance style, was built by basalt and Oamaru White Stone. It has been magnificent for more than 100 years and has a crown-like brilliance.
Into the station, there are no buoys, no bustling waiting people, only a few rows of nostalgic trains are quietly there, as if to tell their history.
In New Zealand, the main purpose of the train is to carry goods, and the passengers are all tourists who are not in a hurry. As one of the world-famous sightseeing trains, you can see the alluvial Canterbury plains and the towering southern Alps. The Otila tunnel made of hard rock, the magnificent Tasman Sea, but we have limited time, failed to do so, or really want to take the train and feel the beautiful scenery along the way.
The Moeraki Boulders were conjectured as a "gift" given to the Earth by aliens. They did not go to the scene and could not imagine that this was a gift from nature.
On the east coast of New Zealand's South Island, more than 50 huge round stones are scattered on the beach. The largest diameter is more than 2 meters, the smallest is more than half a meter, the weight is several tons, and there are cracks in the corners. Still hollow.
The scientist explained that the calcium and carbonate around the charged particles have crystallized over 4 million years, but the shape of this shape, after years of scouring by the waves and wind and rain can form such a round and lovely shape, I would rather believe in Maori. The legend of man: "A few hundred years ago, the canoe Arede Oulu was overturned when New Zealand was about to land. Many of the gourds on the ship were washed ashore and formed the boulders we saw today."
Attractions, tourists and tourists wave after wave, but I would rather stay away from the crowd and see the warm side of the round stone.
Located on the southeast corner of New Zealand's South Island, the Cape Nugate Point Lighthouse is not close to Queenstown and Dunedin, but attracts countless visitors and is considered to be New Zealand's most photographed lighthouse.
On history It was built in 1869, time is not too long; on architectural style, it is not special. But the real reason why it is fascinating is the light!
Because the sea is the Pacific Ocean, the view is wide and you can see Antarctica. Whether it is sunrise or sunset, sunny and cloudy, the light of God gives this lighthouse without hesitation.
Under the varied blue sky, the endless ocean and the towering cliffs, the sound of the waves, the screams of the gannets, can not help but indulge in it, the title of the most beautiful lighthouse is definitely expected.
Dunedin is a city that combines history, modernity and natural charm. There are many slate tiles and iron roofs in the city. The spires are everywhere, and the greenery here is particularly good. Walking on the street feels like a large garden blending classical and modern.
Come to Dunedin, you can go shopping in the shops of the downtown octagonal square, take a nap in the cafe, see the famous St. Paul's Church is a very pleasant choice, or go to the suburbs to visit the old house, go Otago University, New Zealand's oldest institution, walks.
You can also drive to the Otago Peninsula to see the peninsula of Lanark Castle or go to the Wildlife Sanctuary to see penguins or albatrosses.
Dunedin is located in the South Island of New Zealand, not far from Queenstown, Christchurch. There are several flights a day from Dunhuang to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. It takes about 6 hours by car from Christchurch and about 5 hours by bus from Queenstown to Dunedin.
The tunnel beach is located on the southern coastline of Dunedin, as its name suggests, and is known for its tunnels to hidden beaches.
About the tunnel, there is a story about the family that is so fascinating. In the 1870s, John Cargill and his family spent time with the sea, and unfortunately, a wave swept away their youngest daughter.
The pain of the mourning woman made him blame every day. In order to make up for his mistakes, he decided to use his hands to cut a tunnel to the beach, which was the "last gift" for his daughter.
The long time that followed, the father used a hammer to cut into the icy rock day after day, hoping that her daughter would find her way home soon.
Now that hundreds of years have passed, the rock tunnel is still standing, witnessing the great fatherly love of the world.
This is the tunnel beach, the wonders of nature, the wilderness and the vast blue sky.
The secluded South Island of New Zealand has a place on the east coast called Moraki. When the sea is ebb, it will see more than 50 huge round stones appearing out of the sea. It is better to say that they are giant stones. Eggs are more appropriate.
The shape of its circle, the magic of the internal structure, so that everyone who sees these stones have to sigh from the bottom of my heart. When I came, I didn't completely ebb, so I didn't see much, so it's especially important to find time.
Many people speculate that they thought it was the giant egg under the dinosaurs hundreds of millions of years ago. Now it has become fossils, and some speculations are the products of the outer planet. The local indigenous Maori in New Zealand said that the voyage of the boat, the Adelaide Oulu, rolled out on the shore more than a thousand years ago.
Legend is the legend, according to the investigation, the formation of these stones, from 4 million years ago. After millions of years of weathering, some have been naturally cracked, some are empty, and some are very hard with a clear network of fossils.