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Explore an authentic example of a Chinese scholar's garden that celebrates the Chinese influence on Otago's history and heritage. The Garden Gift Shop offers the chance to find something culturally different while the Tea House allows you to take...more
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Corner Rattray and Cumberland Streets | Next to Toitū Otago Settlers Museum, Dunedin 9058, New Zealand
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We had around an hour before we had to continue our journey and filled it by visiting the Chinese Garden. As it has been both inspired by and developed with Chinese partners, it is a genuine space that conveys a type of design synominous with...More
My wife and I spent some time at the Dunedin Chinese Garden on a dull and cold November morning. The serenity of the facility was a highlight, with attractive vistas at every turn. There were some panels outlining some of the aspects of the development...More
This is a lovely garden with a very interesting story behind it - essentially built in Shanghai and rebuilt in Dunedin. It's beautifully set out with a serene feel. Well worth a visit. Good reduction for seniors.
This little Gem isn't hard to find and very central. Considering it's location it is very serene once you enter and you can lose yourself in the ambience. Beautifully laid out and just large enough to feel you've had an experience without exhausting yourself having...More
Had the chance to spend a couple of hours here while we were in Dunedin on October.
It was bloody cold but still a pleasant walk around.
The gardens were designed & built by chinese labourers brought in from China (don't get onto THAT topic)...More
A group of ladies went to the Gardens for an afternoon outing. It was lovely walking around seeing all the stones and flowering trees. We had a lovely cup of tea any flavour we liked and a lovely little buns to eat. very enjoyable afternoon...More
Visited the Dunedin Chinese garden which is celebrating its 10 year anniversary. Such a beautiful, tranquil place to spend time. It's the only truly authentic Chinese Scholars garden in the Southern Hemisphere. Everything was assembled in Shanghai where it has a sister garden, before being...More