Discover New Zealand's only castle, built in 1871 by William Larnach, merchant baron and politician, still privately owned and cared for. Featuring magnificent architecture, superb craftsmanship, tragic and scandalous history and stunning panoramic tower views. Set on 35 acres - NZGT "Garden of International Significance". With its exciting, sometimes scandalous, sometimes tragic history, its magnificent carved ceilings, antiques and breathtaking
Taieri Gorge Train: A Photo-Journey (Dunedin, New Zealand)
Departing Dunedin, the Taieri Gorge Train carves and rollicks its way over 130 year old viaducts and through spectacular plunging gorges and verdant farming
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Cruise Diary: Otago Peninsula in Dunedin, New Zealand - Holland America Blog
Patricia Stone, owner and founder of Global Adventures, sailed Australia and New Zealand on Volendam and updated us with posts throughout her cruise. Enjoy! When the ms Volendam docked at the Port Chalmers, I learned that nearby Dunedin was home to Baldwin Street-– the steepest street in the world according to the Guinness Book of... read more of "Cruise Diary: Otago..."
Oamaru New Zealand The Criterion Hotel was built in 1877 to a design by Oamaru architects Forrester and Lemon. It was built for its first proprietor William Gillespie and operated as a licensed hotel until prohibition came to Oamaru in 1905. Without a liquor licence it continued in use as a private hotel until 1943 when it was bought by G T Gillies Ltd. and used for storage of light engineering foundry equipment. The Criterion was purchased by the Oamaru Whitestone Civic Trust in 1989 and…