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The Dunedin Botanic Garden is New Zealand's first botanic garden and holds the status of six star Garden of International Significance. ArbNet, the global network for tree-focussed professionals, has accredited the Botanic Garden as level III. The...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Corner of Great King Street and Opoho Road, Dunedin, New Zealand
When we went the flowers were all out, what a lovely show.,you could walk a few miles, it is a bit steep in places, but other wise there are some on the flat. There is a childrens play area, also a caf'e were you can...More
If you are at the Univ. of Otago, the botanical garden is not far away. Otherwise, I would advise driving. It is a very impressive botanical garden and one should plan to spend more than an hour there. The trees and flowers, the pond and...More
I visit these gardens several times each time I am in Dunedin. They are great for getting away from the crowds and there are so many different areas to them. Make the effort to find the aviary which has a number of interesting birds, including...More
Dunedin Botanic gardens has such a vast array of plants, trees & shrubs that one visit is not enough to see everything in its full glory. Several visits through different seasons is a must to see everything in their full glory. Rose gardens, Camelia and...More
One could easily spend a whole day there, if not more. They even have a restaurant for the occasional chill and bite.
The tracks and walking paths seem endless, the place is just huge. In certain spots, you get nice views of the city. My...More
This flower that is the worlds largest and stinkiest has never flowered in Dunedin before. It’s supposed to smell like rotting meat. Apparently lots of people are grossly offended by the smell but I found it strangely comforting. The corpse flower is set up in...More
Recently a friend and I made the trek up to the Botanic Gardens.
We thoroughly enjoyed the aviary and paths of the gardens but found that the signage in the park was difficult to follow. Many of the signs pointed the wrong way which meant...More
Lovely well established gardens and trees with tranquil spot for a refreshing snack. Some beutiful birds including a varuety of parrots in the upper area which has its own car park but a bit of a climb from the bottom. There is a car park...More