Kilmarnock House

Address: 7 Kilmarnock Close, Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 7 Kilmarnock Close, Dunedin, is near Otago Settlers Museum, Cadbury World, Otago Museum, and Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Dunedin

Heading to Otago

A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Sep 17, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... out of the water. Through another O town – Oamaru at 10.30 so a bit early for lunch so we pushed on to Palmerston, but before then the boys were starting to climb up the walls so we definitely needed a break. Picked a nice-looking café (a converted old railway station) and topped yesterday’s lunch price by $12 – even more ouch. Still it tasted great and also gave us a chance to charge up phones and iPads.

Back ...

In Search of Fat, Wooly Sheep in the Sun

A travel blog entry by mdod on Apr 26, 2014

36 photos

... dunes and we watched him climb up the hill and into the dunes.

After that we drove 15 minutes over to Sandy Mount, Lover's Leap and the Chasm. I did get a picture of a wooly sheep on a green hill on the way but no sunshine. Surprisingly there were no toilets at either Sandfly or Sandy Mount.

The sign near the car park said Lookout to the right and Chasm and Lover’s Leap to the left. I didn’t realize the Lookout was part of ...

Tartan settlers, and penguins

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Feb 26, 2014

181 photos

... on the way home.

On Friday, we graduated from Hogwartz. We picked up our brooms and our boarding school cliches, and moved on. The weather had turned against us for the first time here in NZ: lashing rain, and cold. (Sympathy here for the people in the UK who've had appalling weather for months - we know that we're very lucky with the weather since we've been away.) On the way out of town, we stopped at Baldwin Street, famous for being the ...

Rugby & Penguins

A travel blog entry by judith_michi on Feb 22, 2014

46 photos

... season to support themselves and the chicks. Therefore the hospital was full with young yellow eyed penguins when we got there. Not only yellow eyed penguins call Otago their home but also the much smaller species of blue penguins which were in the middle of the moulting season when they lose all their feathers and grow new ones. Because they are not protected against the cold water during this time, they have to stay in their nest and wait until ...

Pagey, Collo and HRH Albert-Ross

A travel blog entry by davepage35 on Feb 17, 2014

5 photos

... consumed which ensured we made it to our destination. By this time the drizzle started , and those of you who know Dave well understand how he tends to blister if exposed to wet, windy and cold weather. However the peninsula came upon us quickly as the road was smooth and flat. We were taken up to see the nesting Albatross and also saw seals playing in the sea. No birds left the nest so it was difficult to appreciate ...

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