Hello loves! I am back with another travel post for you! It is quite a long post but I have amazing photos to help you add New Zealand to your travel bucket list.I have lived in Dunedin, New Zealand for 5 years and I guess you might want to ask me , “What is there to see in Dunedin?” Well I will be sharing with you places I have visited in Dunedin.
I was actually living about 2 minutes from the iconic Octagon. The place is called the octagon because the streets are built in a way that they resemble the shape of an octagon( 8 sided shape).The Octagon has some of the amazing historic buildings of Dunedin City, which are mostly of Scottish heritage.
The Dunedin Botanic gardens
I visited the Botanic gardens almost all the time but the day I took the pictures below, it was during the fall season.
The first Church of Otago
This is one of the most beautiful historical buildings in Dunedin, New Zealand.It was founded in 1845 and is one of the places loved by photographers.
The railway station
This masterpiece building was my neighbourhood for 3 years, If you have been following my blogs , you will know that I took most of my photos near this building and has been appearing on my blogposts more often.Click here to read my previous post about this station.
The University of Otago Clock-tower
The Clock-tower building is another masterpiece that you can be able to visit and tour the inside
The World’s steepest street
The signal Hill
The University of Otago
The Otago Port-Dunedin
The Larnach Castle
This Castle is everything! You will be able to tour the gardens and the inside of the Castle for a small fee. It was built by the Larnarch family back in history, as I walked in the castle I kept thinking to myself “This family was very rich !” click here for more
The Otago Peninsula
The lovely Nandos Restaurant
The Popular Nandos restaurant is on Andrew street, Just next to the Victoria Hotel. I made multiple visits to this restaurant throughout the years.
The Chinese Gardens
And so much more… see part 2 coming soon!