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By: Southern Attractions  06-Dec-2011

Take the time to experience the diversity of Dunedin. Walk in the snow tussocked hills - the city spreading out below you, and the Pacific ocean in all its moods rolling to the horizon.

Visit the basalt columns - a unique natural feature called the Organ Pipes.

Stroll some of the many paths in the forest crossing the city. We call it the Town Belt and we are determined it will be there forever.

Be entranced by the remarkable displays in the Botanical gardens - the country’s oldest, and said to be our most brilliant.

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