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A wee peek at Dunedin


Second act

The warehouse precinct is back.

Winter Palace

The Regent Theatre, actually, on a fine winter morn. City Walks operates year round.

Reflections

The Exchange. Morning. 

Planting a seed

City Walks owner/ guide Athol Parks at the Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust's Tavora reserve, near Dunedin.

Concerned about your carbon footprint? Want to help us to protect our special flora and fauna? This link shows you how http://www.dunedinnz.com/wildlifecharities 

The Empire strikes back

Jon Leng and team have done a wonderful job of restoring the old Empire Hotel, Princes Street.

Getting the message out

Human dynamo Lawrie Forbes with his latest project.

Shock of the new

From e-scooters to where to go for dinner - we have it covered.


Grand dames

A fine troika of buildings, all repurposed, on Dunedin's Princes Street.


A different point of view

Looking north, towards Dunedin Railway Station.


A stone's throw from the water

Wain's Hotel, Princes Street. Facade designed by Mason and Wales (1878).

Stuart Street

Louis Salmond designed these, built in 1901. Yes, there were cable-cars here!


Big shoes

Stepping out in the Joe Scott Memorial Walk, 2011. http://www.odt.co.nz/rugby-world-cup-2011/whats-events/176659/quirky-tribute-champion-old


Creative City

Creatives thrive here: the fabric sculptures are by Motoko Watanabe.


Keeping it real

Matthius Lefebvre on George Street.

Street life as it happens.

Saved

Dunedin Railway Station's fine mosaic floor.


Blessed enterprise

The pulpit, First Church.


Otago Farmers' Market

Saturdays at the Railway Station. Go before our 10.30 walk!


Impressive

Dunedin Railway Station.

Tilting the scales

Saving our buildings and streetscapes.  


Success stories

Taste Nature, High Street. An ideal tenant for this sensitively redeveloped space.


Tall stories

Consultancy House, formerly The NZ Express Co. Building. Our first skyscraper. Bond Street.


What's up?

Counting down to iD Fashion Week. Dunedin has a full events calendar; we'll keep you in the loop.


Dare to dream

Pixel Pancho helps us believe.

Mother ship

Vogel Street Kitchen (76 Vogel Street). The start point of our Vogel Street Walk.


Dunedin street art

Roa's Tuatara - a symbol of renewal. 

Classic

Yes, you can surf here. 

Dunedin Courthouse

Setting an example.

The Octagon

The centre of town now.

Funky town

Busting some moves at the skate park.

Wise heads

A new use for the Stavely Building.

Flagship attraction

Dunedin Railway Station.

Delightful

St Paul's Cathedral.

Art into infrastructure

Community recycling depot, Vogel Street.

Too Catholic?

First Church, designed by R.A.Lawson.


Style

Raising the bar, Jetty and Vogel Streets.

Divine

Porch detail, First Church.

Seasonal treats

Dunedin Botanic Garden.

Out of jail

The maximum group size on our regular walks is 10 pax, but we can do larger groups by arrangement.
Here's Athol leading his ProGuides NZ colleagues on the Vogel Street Walk. Photo by Tine Becker.


Sustainable tourism

City Walks has signed up to Tourism Industry Aotearoa's 'Sustainability Commitment'. We believe tourism should be a positive force in the community. Refer http://www.sustainabletourism.nz  

Romantic idyll

First Church, from Burlington Street.


Revenge

A gem from Phlegm.