Port Chalmers (Dunedin) / New Zealand
If you go sightseeing in Dunedin, start from the Octagon in the city centre, an octagonal square, where you can have a view over the many cafés and museums. Go on to visit the oldest university of New Zealand, the University of Otago, with its stylish Clock Tower, and St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral, built in 1915 in neo-gothic style from the famous white stones from Oamaru. Continue your journey with a visit to the Court of Law, and the architecturally interesting railway station, built in 1905 in Dutch Renaissance style. The Otago Museum displays Pacific and Polynesian exhibits, representative of Maori art and culture, birds, small animals. The Speight’s Brewery built in 1876, the Whisky Distillery are some more examples of what you can see here. The 'Early Settlers' Museum' houses the last piece of the first road lighting. The High Street Croque-o-dile cafe, is known to be the best café in New Zealand.