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This building is reportedly the most photographed in the South Island of New Zealand and it is spectacular. Gardens outside are wonderful and the interior is historic craftwork. Also visit the sport museum inside which has a great set of exhibits.
The station is an amazing place to visit even if you are not taking a trip. The architecture is fabulous. We also visited the Hall of Fame that is situated inside the building and very cheap to enter, great information, well set out. This is...More
Enjoyed this very spectacular old building
They sure had class in those old times
Great to see it as a functional working railway station
Had a nifty little gift shop .. happy staff .. and awesome gardens
Well worth a look
Simply amazing. Would suggest the 4 hr trip as it is worth it. You can book your tickets online and just land up a few min before the train ride. The cabins provide excellent view of the coastline and is breathtaking!
There are plenty of parks near the railway station that are $5 for the day, pay and display. There are signs on the side of the road that will show what the maximum parking time is. The pattern seemed to be, the further you... More
There are plenty of parks near the railway station that are $5 for the day, pay and display. There are signs on the side of the road that will show what the maximum parking time is. The pattern seemed to be, the further you go towards the outskirts of the CBD (away from the octagon) the cheaper and longer the parking. Make sure you get there early so you have time to find a park where you can stay for more than 4 hours and have a GPS as we found the one way streets in Dunedin a bit confusing. Have an awesome trip.