We will visit iconic, yet ‘hidden gems’ of Dunedin’s urban nature. Explore and experience the sights and sounds of native bush, only minutes from the city centre.Your guide will share stories about the unique properties of the many tree species such as kānuka, lemonwood and lancewood and explain how these were used by Māori and European settlers. As we wander beneath the forest canopy, listen for bird-song of iconic New Zealand native birds, including tui, kererῡ (wood pigeon), korimako (bell bird), and many more.The perfect tour to unwind, relax and ignite your senses.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Woodhaugh Gardens, Dunedin, Otago Region, South IslandSpend an hour in this perfect example of Wetland forest, filled with examples of our ancient flora, 80% of which is found only in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Hear stories about the unique properties of the many tress species and how these were used by Maori and European settlers.Duration: 1 hour