Passeios da Ilha Sul

Nature and Nightlife in Lower South Island

4 Dias


Dunedin para Dunedin


  • Penguins and nature
  • Adventurous Queenstown
  • Central Otago wineries

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Fulfil your dream to see Queenstown, and discover some of Otago’s other special places along the way. Enjoy the heritage architecture and eco-experiences of Dunedin before you drive up the coast to Oamaru, home of the amazing Moeraki Boulders. The beautiful Waitaki Valley leads you to Omarama, New Zealand’s top gliding spot.

Lindis Pass, Lake Dunstan and the Kawarau Gorge are sights you’ll remember on the road to Queenstown, where you can find almost any kind of adventure (and almost any kind of restaurant!). Then step back in time to the gold rush as you travel through Central Otago, a land of pioneer history, golden orchards and tantalising Pinot Noir.


Dunedin Railway Station

Photo by Tourism Dunedin

1º dia

Dunedin - Oamaru

1 h

24 min

113 km

71 mi


Dunedin is a heritage city with a youthful vibe. This university town is filled with many grand examples of Victorian and Edwardian architecture, including New Zealand’s only castle, Larnach Castle. Just out of town, the Otago Peninsula, is a natural haven for rare coastal wildlife like penguins, albatross, seals and sea lions.

Your journey north is flavoured with history. The town of Palmerston has a museum devoted to the region’s Scottish past. After visiting the mysterious spherical boulders at Moeraki, you could pick up some interesting, ancient stones on the beach at Hampden.

Oamaru has a population of around 12,000 and an impressive heritage. Many of the elegant historic buildings were made from the local sandstone. Visit the Harbour-Tyne area - the best-preserved collection of historic commercial buildings in New Zealand. You should also check out the penguin colony, the museum and the pretty public gardens.

Pinguim-de-olho-amarelo de Dunedin

Início em Dunedin

Arquitetura histórica e ecoaventuras esperam por você em Dunedin. Assista ao surfe dos pinguins na praia depois de um dia de pesca bem-sucedida.

É possível ver pinguins-azuis próximo a Oamaru

Término em Oamaru

Os pinguins são um motivo para ficar um tempo em Oamaru. Ao pôr do sol, pequenos pinguins de olhos azuis e amarelos marcham com seu gingado desajeitado para passar a noite confortavelmente em terra firme.

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