Ōtepoti - Dunedin Landscapes

Ōtepoti - Dunedin have infinite gold nugget landscapes, with white sandy beaches, wild rolling hills often draped with beautiful lush rain forests.
Dunedin was established in 1848 by the Lay Association of the Free Church of Scotland. A gold rush in the Otago province during the 1860s caused Dunedin’s population, and wealth, to increase dramatically; it was for several years New Zealand’s largest and most prosperous city. Enjoy these landscape images of some of the best places to see.