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We saw some of the university buildings in Dunedin on a city tour and past by them again on a visit to the Otago Museum. The buildings were spread out, but seemed to be clustered around the Leith River which runs through the campus, not...More
We stopped here as part of a bus tour and our tour guide walked us around part of the campus. The differing types of architecture varying from the very old to ultra modern made this a very interesting location
This would be one of the most beautiful places in NZ. The history this university has is so impressive. They have blended the new buildings, which are stunning in their own right, and the old perfectly.
We held our Nurses Reunion at this venue on 4 March and were very impressed with the comprehensive menu of delicious food. Gluten free options available.
The staff were friendly and attentive. The venue is centrally located in the University Grounds and it is a...More
Like most university campuses, the architecture can be a variegated hodgepodge, but the many older buildings are quite impressive. Some of the newer ones are also very interesting in terms of their design. It's a neat campus to visit.
We were brought to the University by a lady that decided she would drive us around so we could see more than downtown. What a phenomenal Institution! The architecture is so solemn and stately, although you know young people are studying here with the joy...More
It’s certainly worth dropping in and taking a stroll through the centre of the University. It’s a peaceful, green and great architecture. A substantial river flows through part of the uni too. All photogenic. On the down side is that there are major renovations and...More
There was nothing much to do in Dunedin after visiting the Otago Peninsula and railway station. We decided to drop by the university to visit the clock tower. The clock tower is beautiful and has a nice surrounding with benches to sit. Easy access from...More