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Dunedin's Top Spots free pdf Dunedin is not only one of the southern hemisphere's best-preserved Victorian cities, it is also blessed with one of the most handsome settings of any in New Zealand, nestling in the hills and bordered by the unspoilt bays and swooping cliffs of the Otago Peninsula. In Dunedin's Top Spots local photographer David Wall shows off the top 50-plus locations that should be on any visitor's list. Here are just a few of the many attractions of the city and environs: Octagon, Dunedin's epicentre and home of the Otago Museum, Public Library, Municipal Offices, St Paul's Cathedral, Regent Theatre- North End, home of the University, Botanic Gardens- Otago Peninsula - with historic Port Chalmers, penguins, seals, albatrosses- Taieri Gorge and Seasider scenic railways- Larnach Castle, Olveston House and other historic buildings. 'Top Spots' titles are a great source of inspiration for family outings and make the perfect gift for visitors from farther afield.

About Philippa Jamieson

Dunedin's David Wall has built up a New Zealand photographic library offering more than 100,000 images. He has published a dozen pictorial books with New Holland, among them This is New Zealand, New Zealand in Colour, New Zealand Through the Seasons and New Zealand from Above. Reviewer, writer and editor Philippa Jamieson, also of Dunedin, is the author of The Wild Green Yonder (New Holland).

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Author : Philippa Jamieson
Publisher : New Holland Publishers (NZ) Ltd
Data Published : 05 September 2008
ISBN : 1869662075
EAN : 9781869662073
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 32 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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