Otago Peninsula's remote and craggy coastline driving audio tour
Tour the inner route of the Otago Peninsula. Pass through the small communities of Macandrew Bay, Pukehiki and Waverley. Visit Sandfly Bay and view some of the Peninsula's Wildlife. Wind your way along this craggy and beautiful coast. Along the way, you'll take in old castles, isolated and windswept beaches, breathtaking views, and sleepy seaside towns. You might even cross paths with a penguin. The Otago peninsula is singular in its evocation of the raw beauty of nature. Come along and see for yourself.
Places to stop along the way include the Glenfalloch Gardens, Macandrew Bay, Larnach Castle, Sandfly Bay, Highcliff Road Viewing Point, Rotary Park and Waverley. Keep in mind, there is an entrance fee to Larnach Castle.
The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.Itinerary
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Larnach Castle & Gardens, 145 Camp Rd Otago Peninsula, Dunedin New Zealand
Larnach Castle, is a mock castle on the ridge of the Otago Peninsula within the limits of the city of Dunedin, New Zealand, close to the small settlement of Pukehiki. It is one of a few houses of this scale in New Zealand. The house was built by the prominent entrepreneur and politician, William Larnach. (Wikipedia)Pass By:
Sandfly Bay Track, Seal Point Road Otago Peninsula area, Dunedin New Zealand
Its well worth taking a walk at Sandfly Bay. The track down to the lookout is an easy walk. From there down to the Bay itself, the track gets harder. If you do make it down to Sandfly Bay, you will most likely come across sea lions and seals. Please keep at least 10m away from them because they are fast!Pass By:
Macandrew Bay, Dunedin, New Zealand
Macandrew Bay is a suburb of Dunedin, but has its own small community. There is a school with approximately 170 children. Some of the facilities in the bay include an art gallery, pharmacy, boat club and pottery gallery.Pass By:
Andersons Bay, Dunedin 9013, New Zealand
Andersons Bay was named after James Anderson, an early settler. He was the first European settler in the district in 1844, along with his son and daughter in law. That was four years before Dunedin was officially founded.Pass By:
Glenfalloch Woodland Gardens, 430 Portobello Road Macandrew Bay, Dunedin 9077 New Zealand
Glenfalloch Woodland Gardens have been classified as a Garden of National Significance. They're run by the Otago Peninsula Trust, which is a charitable trust. There is an honesty box at the gate.Pass By:
Otago Troopers Memorial, 548 Highcliff Rd, Ocean Grove, Dunedin 9077 New Zealand
The stone figure of a World War 1 infantryman gazes towards the Otago Harbour entrance as if in eternal vigilance against attack on the city of Dunedin. Designed by architect Edward Walter Walden and sculpted by Robert Hosie, the infantryman in greatcoat with rifle slung over his left shoulder stands about 3m tall atop a bluestone column of about 10m.
"Confirmation will be received at time of booking"
"Not wheelchair accessible"
"Service animals allowed"
"Near public transportation"
"Infants must sit on laps"
"Most travelers can participate"
"This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate"
Duration: 40 Minutes
Portsmouth Drive, Portsmouth Dr, Musselburgh, Dunedin 9013, New Zealand
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