Mercure Dunedin Leisure Lodge

Address: 30 Duke Street, Dunedin, South Island, 9041, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 30 Duke Street, Dunedin, is near Taieri Gorge Railway, Cadbury World, Olveston, and Monarch Wildlife Cruises.
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      Travel Blogs from Dunedin

      The Otago Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by hughieanddoris on Dec 14, 2014

      13 photos

      ... something good while we were moving. We were oohing and aahing all the way, out along the shore and back along the Highcliff Road.
      We visited the Albatross Centre at the extreme end of the peninsula but chose not to do the tour as there were only going to be 5 birds nesting, with no guarantee of seeing any flying and showing their size.
      Instead we did a self guided tour of Larnach Castle, New Zealand's only castle. William Larnach built the castle for his ...

      Dunedin & the Penguins

      A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Oct 03, 2014

      8 photos

      ... off we had to stop in the city of Dunedin which has a strong Scottish influence since it's original settlers were from north of the boarder. To cheers us up we decided to visit the Cadbury Factory. Where else could you see a waterfall of liquid chocolate? Now powering our camper on chocolate we continued up the coastline north to the town of Omarau, which is littered with seal, albatross and penguin colonies. Braving the ...

      A Big Cold Blow

      A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Sep 18, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... is bigger than their $1 coin

    • People love building their houses on the side of steep hills – (I suppose this is out of necessity really)
    • Many river crossings, even on the highways are by one-lane bridges, meaning one end has to give way to the other and the way of sorting this out is with a sign showing two arrows =- one big and one small. The people at the smaller arrow end have to give way.


      A travel blog entry by erotergum on Jun 14, 2014

      5 photos

      ... such small communities hundreds of miles away from everywhere else! The closer we got to Dunedin the more people we saw stopping on the way, I saw a lady from work who was heading down for the match too. After almost five hours travelling on the bus we made it to Dunedin. The first thing that I noticed was how flat it was, we came in down the hill and you could just see everything for miles. It looked like a little toy town but it wasn't so idyllic. When we got let off we had no ...

      Sea Lions, Penguins & Albatross(es)

      A travel blog entry by phil100652 on Feb 06, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... of really interesting information and experiences about the creation of Dunedin, its early settlers (mainly Scots) and its development. It really was fascinating. We then moved on only 45 minutes away to the Otego Peninsula where we stay for two nights. The scenery here is again amazing. We spent about 2 hours just walking along a beautiful beach where we saw sea lions ...