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Located on the banks of the spectacular Kawarau Gorge, the Goldfields Mining Centre is a historic reserve, protected by New Zealand's Department of Conservation to depict the life and working conditions of Otago's early goldminers.
This eroded volcanic neck, some 16 million years old is named for its likeness to a male lion, lying down when viewed from the beach.
Tunnel Beach has been called the most romantic spot in Dunedin. Stunning coastline, and an impressive hand carved archway are up for viewing here, as well as the chance to get up close and personal with some fossils.
Never have rock formations been named more aptly – these remarkable natural sculptures look exactly like giant stacks of pancakes, so best have breakfast before you head here, they may well give you an appetite!
Egmont National Park is an area of unique rainforests and alpine scenery. It provides opportunities for walks, tramps, picnics, photography, skiing, mountaineering, rockclimbing and generally enjoying the variety of scenery and habitats.