10AM and 12:30 PM
Points of interest within this tour includes:
We start by introducing you to this Southern city as we make our way towards the Northern end of the town belt
Take a walk through scenic patches of native forest, where we will have the opportunity to listen to the bird song and learn about the flora and fauna.
Our guides will share stories of both European and Maori heritage unique to the spaces we visit.
This tour provides an opportunity for those who are time poor to experience a slice of Dunedin's unique urban nature with guides whose knowledge and stories breathe life into these landscapes.
Pick-up and drop-off from the Dunedin i-SITE
Low - medium level of fitness required.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Please wear closed-toed footwear and comfortable clothing.
Dunedin is often a windy and sometimes a wet city, we operate in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
Nature in the heart of the city
Kereru, New Zealand Wood Pigeon
Explore native forest
A Tui resting in a Kowhai tree
The Lancewood has a story to tell
Tree fern - a native with many uses