|A World of Art: The Pictorial Collections IN THREE CHAPTERS exhibited in the Hocken Gallery|
|Cloud, Hill and Claudia by Robin White|
|Children at Breakfast Time by Michael Smither|
Hockey GalleryLocation: Corner of Anzac Ave & Parry St, Dunedin.
Tel: 03 4798871
Opening hours: 9am - 5pm Weekdays except Tuesday
9am – 9pm Tuesday
9am - 12pm Saturday
Later, we took a tour to the University of Otago when the rain got lesser. It’s a striking historical building established in 1869. In fact, the University of Otago is the oldest university in New Zealand. Another interesting fact about this university is it’s the first university in Australasia that allows ladies to study a law degree, according to Wikipedia.
Next, we drove to the New Zealand’s most photographed building – Dunedin Railway Station. This heritage building was built from 1904 – 1906 in Flemish Renaissance style. When you arrived in Dunedin, you’ll certainly see this railway station at the Anzac Square.
|Dunedin Railway Station|
|A garden at Anzac Square is just in front of the station|
|The Renaissance architecture can be seen at the interior of the building|
|Mosaic floor design at the interior of the booking hall|
At the night, we stayed in another accommodation, Penny’s Backpackers. I liked the cozy and comfortable environment the hostel provided. All in all, it’s another great BBH budget hostel in New Zealand.
Penny’s BackpackersAdd: 6, Stafford Street, Dunedin 9016.
Tel: (03) 477 6027