You can reach the town of Oamaru by traveling 114 kilometers north from Dunedin. This exquisite seaside European town boasts a cool steampunk museum and rare blue penguins and yellow-eyed penguins. The famous Moeraki Boulders are scattered along the coast 40 kilometers south of Oamaru.
There are many restaurants in Dunedin and surrounding Oamaru and Moeraki. With different flavors, it has restaurants with tasty food in different countries, coffee and dessert shops with full sentiment.
Oamaru Lookout Point
Overlooking the entire sea at Omaru's observation deck, with sunny weather, blue water to the extreme, a red car parked on the side of the road, just props.
The viewing platform has a large lawn, and it is very uncomfortable for friends to relax, daze and sun in the sun. It is very pleasant. If you have time, I suggest staying here for an afternoon.
# is located in the Victorian Historic District of Oamaru, New Zealand, where it restores a 19th-century Victorian Oamaru, from life to learning to entertainment, perfect to restore the gold rush of that era. The town, and can also be refitted, gives visitors a second pass to the ancient European court.
Here, our favorite is the old aunt who is responsible for the reception at the gate. She wears a sweater and a pair of glasses, so she wants to get close to her unconsciously, and she will chat with us passionately. . Those lovely people in the trip are always the biggest gains we have along the way!
Oamaru is a historic seaside town on the South Island of New Zealand with a strong medieval atmosphere.
When I was hanging out, I found a grocery store selling antiques and used gadgets in the town. I couldnt pull my legs.
I really want to buy some postcards a hundred years ago, but I think the words on the back are too private... There are so many old books, it is estimated that people who love books will want to move the entire store away.
Received a few stamps from the 50s and 60s, coins from 1900... The last inexplicable little thing, unlike a pendant, who knows what to do?
Omarrus White Rock Town
does not sound like a small town with people living,
but in fact it is a experience pavilion showing the style of the 19th century Oamaru town,
the venue is not big, but The sparrows are small and complete,
restores the small scenes of the barbershop, small theater, playground, school classroom, bar,
concentrated in a small piece of area.
And so many objects like antiques,
can be touched and played at will.
Small questioner at this age,
favorite to play is the play and role play,
so it is full of novelty for those weird objects.
In addition to this, there are some children's entertainment facilities similar to the game of building a farm,
children can play alone in the side.
The Star&Garter, a locally rated restaurant. There is no evaluation of the need to book the grand occasion, it is estimated that there are not many people in the town itself. The walls of the restaurant are covered with wedding photos of various ages and their photos of the old age, which makes people feel warm and steady. The boss is very enthusiastic, actively recommending food to us, and they are all delicious, perfect. I also met the opposite table for my birthday, so we also offer the blessings of international tourists at the right time~~
The blue squid tastes very tender, it is really delicious. I also ordered the barbecue platter of the day, which fully satisfied all the thoughts of eating meat. Seafood Zhou Da Tang is very rich, full of weight, strong push.
New Zealand's favorite little town, Omaroo, is full of retro style h
Omaru's old town, with well-prepared Gothic and Renaissance-style buildings on both sides of the street, all built with lots of limestone. So Oamaru is also known as the "City of White City."
Walk in the old streets as if you have crossed Victoria's historical time.
There are wine cellars, old car museums, handicraft shops, etc. in the old town, and the lively streets seem to continue the bustling era of the gold rush. Behind the old town of
is an abandoned railway with some rusty wheels on the rails. The
punk museum is very European in style. The front of the steam train at the door is very eye-catching. After the coin is coined, the chimney will be seen.
After crossing the punk museum, the ruins of the Oamaru Railway Station are a bit lonely.
Oamaru is a lively gold-rush town in Victoria New Zealand and the main seaport and town in the southeast of New Zealand's South Island. Nowadays, with the fading of the gold rush, many buildings and factories have been abandoned, but it does not affect the beauty of this seaside town! The abandoned industry did not make it desolate. Instead, it was the limestone building that was left in that era. It was preserved and became the symbol of Oamaru. It is probably named after the "White Rock Town", the clear sea breeze and the pure air. Let us enjoy a leisurely time here, and the sunset that happened by chance has become the most memorable memory of our travels!