Captain Eady's Lookout

Address: 2 Moss Street, Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2 Moss Street, Dunedin, is near Larnach Castle, Otago Peninsula, Elm Wildlife Tours, and Natures Wonders Naturally.
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      Larnach Castle

      A travel blog entry by mikeandtrina on Dec 26, 2014

      9 photos

      Larnach castle is New Zealand's one and only castle, it was built by banker and politician W.J.M Larnach. Construction of the building started in 1871 and was finished in 1876. The ballroom was added a year later as a 21st birthday present for Larnach's favourite daughter Kate. Tragically Kate died at the age of 26 of typhoid, and her ghost is still reputed to haunt the ballroom.

      After a series of personal and financial setbacks Larnach committed suicide ...

      Queenstown - Dunedin

      A travel blog entry by sarahtim on Nov 05, 2014

      37 photos

      ... left down had a no left turn sign. We have been doing to whole trip using only paper maps, the good old fashioned way! We eventually got out of the centre of town and headed into the windy hilly (very windy and hilly) streets of the suburbs looking for our caravan park. The petrol gauge was teetering just below E (we couldn't find a petrol station either), we were very low on petrol now and we still didn't quite know where we were ...

      Great Train Ride

      A travel blog entry by rozzij on Oct 22, 2014

      ... we saw some strange seabirds flying above the wake obviously looking for fish. We have both noticed that we haven't heard birds here until this morning as we entered the Pt Chalmers harbour. There doesn't appear to be any magpies, butcher birds, or even crows.

      We went down to dinner at the Traviata and were able to pass on the gossip of the day. It was Italian night and the waiters were dressed in red and white or green and white pullovers. All ...

      More sea birds and museums

      A travel blog entry by edandkate on Jun 23, 2014

      8 photos

      ... Albatross experience and the Little Blue Penguin tour for a reduced price (at the same venue, one after the other). With nothing else planned we took them up on the offer and drove the hour out onto the Otago peninsula on a beautifully sunny afternoon. Neither of us knew anything about albatrosses, but after 90 minutes with our guide, Josh, we felt like experts! The visit started with a video explaining about the life of the albatross and ...

      Dunedin or Natures Wonders Naturally

      A travel blog entry by john-and-anne on Mar 28, 2014

      4 comments, 6 photos

      "Dunedin, located at the head of the long, narrow, picturesque Otago harbour, was originally a Scottish Presbyterian settlement. The discovery of goldfields caused it to become the second largest city on the South Island. The arrival of the gold rush caused hasty decisions and plans for the new town were quickly drawn up in England with no regard for the topography of the land. Hence Dunedin boasts the steepest street in the world according to the ...