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Small and extremely hilly - the city lays claim to the steepest residential street in the world - Dunedin is tucked into the inner corner of Otago Harbour's wild and windswept coastline with rugged beaches, raw clifftop landscapes, and even the world's only mainland colony of royal albatross, right on the city's doorstep.The town center itself is compact and easily navigated on foot with many fine examples of late 19th-century architecture still well preserved.
Housed in a handsome heritage building dating from 1876, Otago Museum is full of information on New Zealand's natural and cultural heritage.
The Tangata Whenua galleries focus on the life of the South Island's Maori people with a strong collection of art and treasured objects.
Excellent multimedia and interactive displays highlight Dunedin's emergence, settled by Scottish Presbyterians and its gold rush heyday, when it became the country's most important commercial hub.
The Encounters Gallery tells the story of the first meetings between the local Maori tribes and the whalers and sealers, while the Smith Gallery holds a huge and fascinating collection of portraits of Otago pioneers.
The exterior uses both dark basalt and limestone to create a checkered appearance with ornate detailing in abundance, and the interior is magnificent, with colonnades, balustrades, and mosaic paving.
The station is still in use and is the departure point for scenic rail trips to the Taieri Gorge.It's a popular hub for artists and is home to plenty of café culture and private art galleries.It was from here in 1844 that the colonization of Otago first began; and also from here that Scott, Shackleton, and Byrd set out on their Antarctic expeditions.One of New Zealand's premier art galleries, Dunedin Public Art Gallery houses an extensive collection of work by local artists with paintings from the early colonial era right up to the present.It is also home to a significant collection of important international artworks including an impressive holding of Japanese prints, New Zealand's only Monet, and paintings by Machiavelli and Turner.No expense was spared in its construction with Italian marble, Welsh slate, and Venetian glass shipped in to create a sumptuous house with a façade similar to the Scottish castles of Larnarch's roots.Despite Larnach's wealth and career success, he led a tragic life with both his wife and favorite daughter dying young.In 1898, while serving as a politician in Wellington, he committed suicide.After his death, the castle fell into decline, serving as an asylum, soldiers' barracks, and nunnery until it was purchased by the Barker family in 1967 who undertook a mammoth restoration project to restore the castle to its former grandeur.At the tip of Otago Peninsula lies Taiaroa Head with its wonderful wildlife reserve and Royal Albatross Observatory.The rocky cliffs here are home to not only a large colony of royal albatross but also red-billed gulls, royal spoonbills, rare Stewart Island shag, and southern fur seals.