Kiwi Guardians in Woodhaugh Gardens
IntroductionIf you love insects you’re in for a treat! Just a few kilometres from Dunedin city centre are some of the tallest trees in New Zealand, native pigeons, ducks and lots and lots of insects. Oh, and there’s a playground too!
- Have an inner city family adventure, with playgrounds, play areas and free BBQs.
- Splash around in the paddling pool or the stream.
- Explore the bush and see what critters you can find.
- Bring your dog and see if you can tire them out − but keep them on a lead!
Download the adventure map (PDF, 2,100K) and check out what you can do.
Go and explore
Look out for the Guardian Post when you get there. On it you'll find a special code word - write it down.
Getting there: The gardens are 2.6 km from the Dunedin city, on a number of city bus routes. Entrances are on George Street, Inverleith Street and Duke Street.
Claim your reward
Tell us the Woodhaugh Gardens code word to receive a Kiwi Guardians certificate and medal for this adventure.
Put the medal on your back pack or pencil case to show everyone the adventure you've had.
Each Kiwi Guardians place has a different medal - see how many you can collect.
About Woodhaugh Gardens
- BBQ’s are available for public use - contact the Dunedin City Council to book these on +64 3 477 4000.
- Flat terrain makes the gardens suitable for all ages and abilities, including pushchairs and young children.
- Dogs are allowed on a lead.
Woodhaugh Gardens are managed by the Dunedin City Council.