The Otago Harbour divides the South Island of New Zealand and the Otago Peninsula.
The Larnach Castle gardens are one of five "gardens of international significance" nationwide.
The house and its grounds are regularly open to the public.
Larnach Castle is an imposing mansion on the ridge of the Otago Peninsula.
It is one of a few houses of this scale in New Zealand.
The harbour and hills around Dunedin are the remnants of an extinct volcano.
The Dunedin urban area surrounds the head of Otago Harbor.
The Otago Peninsula is a long, hilly, indented finger of land that forms Otago Harbor.
The city suburbs extend across the peninsula to the Pacific Ocean.
Founded in 1869, the University of Otago is New Zealand's oldest university.
Over 20,000 students were enrolled during 2006.
Students, referred to as "Scarfies", account for a large proportion of the population.
The thriving tertiary student population has led to a vibrant youth culture.
The Dunedin Railway Station is a jewel in the country's architectural crown.
During the 1980s the term "The Dunedin Sound" was coined to describe the blossoming music scene.
Bands such as The Chills, The Clean, The Verlaines, and Straitjacket Fits gained international recognition.
The First Presbyterian Church in the background was designed by architect Robert Lawson.
He won the commission to design the cathedral-like structure in an architectural competition.
If Liquid Blue were a church instead of a band, it might look like this.
The beginning congregation had the Reverend Thomas Burns as their Minister.
Scott and Michael hitch a ride.
Such great food and...
Such a great place to eat it.
Since childhood, Scott has never stayed out of the road while on skates.
The Octagon is an eight sided plaza bisected by the city's main street.
This statue is of Robert Burns, a Scottish poet and nephew of Minister Thomas Burns.
Dunedin Town Hall is one of the many significant buildings facing or adjoining this plaza.
Another is St Paul's Cathedral, seen here behind Dunedin Town Hall.
A good view of the band and Otago Harbour, at the head of which is Dunedin city.
Gina! Hasn't Michael told you not to wear his hat?
The BlueGirls are happy to be alive, and Michael is happy to have his hat back.