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FT01: Tunnel Beach

Anyone with an urge to photograph the sunrise will enjoy this trip to Tunnel Beach. Captain William Cargill, who built Dunedin’s second castle (now a ruin), carved a tunnel through the sandstone cliffs so his daughters could reach the secluded…

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Bullers Albatross; Craig McKenzie

FT02: Monarch Cruise

The Otago Peninsula is abundant with wildlife, with many species of seabird nesting on its craggy outcrops. Most famously, it is the only nesting place on inhabited land in the world for albatross, in this case the Northern Royal albatross.…

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Bellbird

FT03: Orokonui

Nature lovers will jump at the chance to visit Dunedin’s predator free sanctuary, located half an hour from town in a warm north facing valley. Here you have an opportunity to photograph bush birds such as tui and bellbirds around…

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Larnach Castle

FT04: Larnach Castle

Larnach Castle is one of two castles built in Dunedin by wealthy businessmen. Cargill’s Castle is now a ruin and no longer accessible to the public.  However, the castle built by politician William Larnach is in pristine condition and sits…

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FT05: Dunedin Gasworks Museum

The old gasworks site, where coal gas was produced and reticulated throughout older Dunedin, is now a fascinating museum. This is no ordinary museum though; this is a place where you can wander around at will and explore spaces still…

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FT06: Street Art

Dunedin is fast becoming the street art capital of New Zealand, boasting some incredible pieces commissioned from both international and local artists. A lot of the work has been concentrated on previously rundown spaces in the old commercial hub of…

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FT07: University-Railway Station hop-on hop-off bus

If you love architecture, this tour is for you. Jump aboard a heritage Dunedin bus and visit the gothic styled university clock tower and environs, and the beautiful Flemish Renaissance-styled bluestone railway station.   Construction was begun on the University…

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Adobe Workshop – Mark Galer

FT08: Workshop with Mark Galer

Creative Portraiture Workshop from Capture to Output The workshop will demonstrate how to create a fixed position composite from capture to output. Sony Global Imaging Ambassador & Adobe Imaging Ambassador Mark Galer will capture the component images using off-camera flash…

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FT09: Self-Drive Peninsula Tour

A tour of the Otago Peninsula will take you on a scenic experience, which begins only minutes from the CBD. The peninsula was formed from volcanic activity millions of years ago, and stretches for 20kms, parallel to the mainland. The…

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FT10: Free Time

The perfect “trip” for those not wanting to attend any of the field trips or the workshop.

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Saturday

Tunnel Beach

FT11: Tunnel Beach

Anyone with an urge to photograph the sunrise will enjoy this trip to Tunnel Beach. Captain William Cargill, who built Dunedin’s second castle (now a ruin), carved a tunnel through the sandstone cliffs so his daughters could reach the secluded…

Read More
Northern royal albatross

FT12: Monarch Cruise

The Otago Peninsula is abundant with wildlife, with many species of seabird nesting on its craggy outcrops. Most famously, it is the only nesting place on inhabited land in the world for albatross, in this case the Northern Royal albatross.…

Read More
Tui

FT13: Orokonui

Nature lovers will jump at the chance to visit Dunedin’s predator free sanctuary, located half an hour from town in a warm north facing valley. Here you have an opportunity to photograph bush birds such as tui and bellbirds around…

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FT14: Larnach Castle

Larnach Castle is one of two castles built in Dunedin by wealthy businessmen. Cargill’s Castle is now a ruin and no longer accessible to the public.  However, the castle built by politician William Larnach is in pristine condition and sits…

Read More
GasWorks

FT15: Dunedin Gasworks Museum

The old gasworks site, where coal gas was produced and reticulated throughout older Dunedin, is now a fascinating museum. This is no ordinary museum though; this is a place where you can wander around at will and explore spaces still…

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Melanie-34

FT16: Street Art

Dunedin is fast becoming the street art capital of New Zealand, boasting some incredible pieces commissioned from both international and local artists. A lot of the work has been concentrated on previously rundown spaces in the old commercial hub of…

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Melanie-19

FT17: University-Railway Station hop-on hop-off bus

If you love architecture, this tour is for you. Jump aboard a heritage Dunedin bus and visit the gothic styled university clock tower and environs, and the beautiful Flemish Renaissance-styled bluestone railway station. Construction was begun on the University clocktower…

Read More
Adobe Workshop – Mark Galer

FT18: Workshop with Mark Galer

Creative Portraiture Workshop from Capture to Output The workshop will demonstrate how to create a fixed position composite from capture to output. Sony Global Imaging Ambassador & Adobe Imaging Ambassador Mark Galer will capture the component images using off-camera flash…

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FT19: Self-Drive Peninsula Tour

A tour of the Otago Peninsula will take you on a scenic experience, which begins only minutes from the CBD. The peninsula was formed from volcanic activity millions of years ago, and stretches for 20kms, parallel to the mainland. The…

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StuartStreet

FT20: Free Time

The perfect “trip” for those not wanting to attend any of the field trips or the workshop.

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