Mandeno House

667 George Street, Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Dunedin

Driving south

A travel blog entry by suebar


Hurrah! Sue was reunited with her big bag and we could move on to Dunedin. Akaroa Harbour looked very beautiful this morning with the sun shining and making the sea glimmer and sparkle. First thing we packed the car and visited the free wifi outside the library to read emails and update the blog. We planned to take a Harbour trip on the Black Cat catamaran at 11.00 for two hours. When we arrived at the jetty We were warned that the sea may still be ...

Beautiful Otago Peninsula

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe


... and it rained all 3 nights. It was good timing to be inside in a real bed. On day 2 we went into Dunedin after doing a laundry. It rained most of the time we were there. We spent our time between pubs and the botanical garden. We were amazed to see stores and cafes closed up tight at just after 4 pm. Even the Starbucks closed at 7! The one part of town that still showed life after that was "The Octagon" in the very centre of town. It was a ...

Our first port-of-call in NZ

A travel blog entry by jimandi


... silently peered thru a viewing slit in the trench cover.

We continued on to several other sites in the reserve and saw a nesting blue penguin, several seals and a variety of birds.

We returned to the center and saw a new batch of yellow-eyed penguin chicks who had been delivered to the hospital for treatment for starvation and for protection from predators while they remained in ...

The Otaga Peninsula (near Dunedin)

A travel blog entry by gojencarr


... and Penguins in their native habitats. The Otago Peninsula is one of only a few places on a mainland where albatross visit and nest each year. These are incredible birds, with wingspans of 3.3 meters (10 plus feet). They mate for life and don't have their first chick until they are 5 or 6 years old and not all of those chicks survive, so their nesting grounds are carefully protected. We had the great treat of seeing a half dozen of them fly overhead while we were on the ...

Exploring Dunedin

A travel blog entry by lindaandchris


We love it at Josh and Christine's place - fabulous cot and toys for Evie, comfortable bed... we might never leave!

But we are excited to explore Dunedin!We spent part of the morning getting organised, and then we headed downtown. We toured around the shops and the octagon, and then headed for lunch at Tokyo Garden, quite a nostalgic choice on my part. The old Otago crew will be happy to hear that it is much the same, although I didn't go with byo wine, which altered ...


This B&B, located on 667 George Street, Dunedin, is near Taieri Gorge Railway, Cadbury World, Otago Settlers Museum, and Olveston.
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