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Spend a day in Dunedin - for FREE! - My Moments and Memories
How can you best spend a day in Dunedin, for FREE? Let me share some budget friendly ways of exploring some of Dunedin's more beautiful parts.
Tram in Stuart Street, Dunedin, 1926 | National Library of New Zealand
View of a tram descending the hill, coming towards the camera, in Staurt Street, Dunedin. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber in 1926. Informa...
Dunedin Gets Cable in Confused Quest to Catch Up With Rest of World
A $21 million initiative to reintroduce a Cable Car link from the Exchange to Mornington is gaining support internationally and could see it become an “icon” for Dunedin. Over the course of two information sessions held at the Otago Museum, the Dunedin Cable Car Trust revealed that the
Intersection of High and Princes Streets, Dunedin | National Library of New Zealand
The intersection of High and Princes Streets, Dunedin. High street runs up on the right. Commercial buildings are in the middle ground with the bus...
Royal Albert Hotel
Built: 1880 / 1939 Address: 387 George Street Architects: Louis Boldini / Stone & Sturmer Builders: Norman Wood / D.P. Murphy There has been a pub on the site of The Bog Irish Bar for nearly 150 years. In April 1864, James Ramage Hood was granted a license for a new public house named the Black Bull…
Dunedin Seen From The Peak Of Signal Hill, New Zealand Stock Image - Image of housing, horizon: 71547891
Photo about Views towards the city from the lookout at the Centennial Memorial on Signal Hill Dunedin Otago South Island New Zealand. Image of housing, horizon, buildings - 71547891
Hogg, Howison, Nicol & Co. Building
Built: 1881 Address: 19 Vogel Street Architect: Robert Forrest (c.1832-1919) Builders: King & Co. (bricklaying), John Blackie (carpentry) Vogel Street is home to some of Dunedin's most substantial Victorian warehouses. This one, which has frontages to both Vogel and Cumberland streets, was built for the importing and general merchants Hogg, Howison, Nicol & Co. The…
Trams / Photography - Historical
New Zealand - Dunedin - "If you saw a foothold, grab it!", was the motto of the hill folk. Bobbing away from the Rattray Street city terminal at the intersection of Princes Street, a laden cable tram with a 'comfortable' peak hour load.
Gorgeous Dunedin, New Zealand Travel guide - flippers and flat whites - coffee & travel blogger
Dunedin is the second- largest city in the south island of New Zealand. Dunedin is more urban than I expected; you can walk practically anywhere within the lines of the city. This past weekend, I had a jam packed day full of exploring around both Dunedin, and its' surrounding areas. St. Clair Beach First stop…