Dunedin, New Zealand (South Island)
The very Scottish city of Dunedin is affectionately known as “the Edinburgh of the south.” Dunedin is renowned for its abundance
of Victorian and Edwardian architecture, as well as its proximity to rare wildlife,
including the only mainland breeding colony in the world of Albatross, and the rare Yellow Eyed Penguin.
Source: photos: Tourism Dunedin
Last modified: 20100412