Q. Are the walks difficult?
A. No. We walk at a leisurely pace, mostly on flat terrain. Blind people, people in wheelchairs and a chap in his 90s have done the walks. The longest walk, the Old Town Walk, covers approx. 3kms. The other three walks are shorter - the Vogel Street Walk (1hour duration) considerably so.

Q.Where can I park?
A. Parking is becoming scarce in Dunedin, so consider catching a bus or cycling or walking into town. There is cheap, all-day carparking available immediately north and south of Dunedin Railway Station (if you're early enough), and off Thomas Burns Street (just across the railway line). Our walks finish at or near the Station, which is a 10-minute walk from the start point of all the walks. Alternatively, there are two carparking buildings in Moray Place, a 5-minute walk from the Dunedin i-Site (the start point of all but the Vogel Street Walk). For those doing the Vogel Street Walk, there is on-street parking available on Vogel Street, between Police and Rattray Streets (2hour pay-and-display parking costing 1.50/ hour, plus some free 90-minute carparks).

Q. What should I bring?
A. Comfortable footwear is important, as is a coat. Sunscreen and a hat can be useful too (our weather is changeable!).

Q. What's the maximum group size?
A. We set a limit of 10 pax for our regular departures. Walks may be offered to larger groups by arrangement. Contact us with your requirements.

Q. Will the walk depart if there's only one person on it?
A. Yes.


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