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Wandered down to the railway station and it is just beautiful. Wish we had the time to do the train trip (definitely next time) the Saturday morning markets were on and had a walk through. The dumplings were soooooooo yum and so was Who Ate...More
On a day when cruise ships dock at Dunedin, The Dunedin railway station is sure to be crowded with tourists as most passengers would surely visit this historical place. The architecture is Flemish renaissance style. The façade is amazing if it is not covered by...More
There is an impressive old train station close to the center of town, the center of the Octagonal at the heart of Dunedin. There is a pretty garden in front of it. It is architectually of interest and very pretty. It will also give you...More
This is a must visit. The whole experience is one not to forget. Along with the Architecture, Art Gallery, Sports Museum and Restaurant there is so much to see and do give yourself a day to see it all if possible. Half way through you...More
Dunedin Railway Station is a must see on a visit to Dunedin. Stunning Architecture that has been beautifully restored and maintained both internally and externally. One of the most photographed buildings in New Zealand. On a Saturday morning it hosts a local farmers market at...More
Considering the prominence of this iconic Dunedin Landmark the staff were surprisingly Indifferent to the opportunity they have to sell train experiences to the public. I ventured in several timessages and each time left non the wiser as to what if anything was on offer.
There are plenty of parks near the railway station that are $5 for the day, pay and display. There are signs on the side of the road that will show what the maximum parking time is. The pattern seemed to be, the further you... More
There are plenty of parks near the railway station that are $5 for the day, pay and display. There are signs on the side of the road that will show what the maximum parking time is. The pattern seemed to be, the further you go towards the outskirts of the CBD (away from the octagon) the cheaper and longer the parking. Make sure you get there early so you have time to find a park where you can stay for more than 4 hours and have a GPS as we found the one way streets in Dunedin a bit confusing. Have an awesome trip.