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From 9:00am Collected from your accommodation and travel through the Central City with an introduction to the city and attractions. We set you down at Olveston House for a 1 hour tour of the house with its global collection of stately treasures.
At 10.30am you will be collected and taken to the train station. Departing on the Silverfern Train at 11.00 am you will travel by train from Dunedin through the cities picturesque harbourside suburbs, followed by views over Port Chalmers and Careys Bay, along the cliff tops over looking the Pacific Ocean and Blue Skin Bay. Throughout this round trip journey there will be some magnificent photo opportunities. The return train journey is 1½ hours in duration,
At 2.30 following some discretionary time in central Dunedin for a late lunch and/or shopping you will be collected from the railway stationand set off on a full-commentary coach tour round the outskirts of the city taking in the ‘dress circle’ of Dunedin’s original homes of the wealthy settlers, to a lookout overlooking the city, up the world’s steepest street, through the University campus, out to the Peninsula high road for spectacular harbour, rural and ocean views, lastly down to the St Clair beach esplanade before returning back to your accommodation at approximately 4:30pm.
•Silver Fern Train with spectacular harbour, peninsula, countryside and sea views
•NZ’s oldest University,
•Dunedin’s classic old railway station and courthouse precinct
•The Robbie Burns statue, Scottish poet & unofficial patron to the arts of Dunedin
•Otago Boys High School
•Great hilltop & cityscape photo opportunities
•Historic Buildings, neo-gothic church architecture and Cathedrals, Stately Homes
•…and the World’s Steepest Street!
•1 hour guided tour of “Olveston House”, Experience early 20th century affluence 4 stories and 35 rooms, Global collection of original stately treasures. Totally authentic experience-right down to the beautifully restored 1922 Fiat 510 in the garage