The first botanic garden of New Zealand - Dunedin Botanic Garden - holds rich historic significance as an attraction. Established in 1863, Dunedin Botanic Garden is located towards the north of central Dunedin, in close proximity to the University of Otago and the Northern Cemetery. The garden features a massive range of horticultural and botanical collections and stretches across over 30 hectares of land. Visitors to Dunedin Botanic Garden will be able to see numbers of beautiful roses, a rock garden and native plants of New Zealand - including several rare and endangered native plant species. Due to the garden's close location to the university, it is particularly popular amongst students who visit it during their free time. A visit to the Dunedin Botanic Garden is recommended for travellers sight-seeing in New Zealand - nature lovers in particular.
Open from dawn to dusk every day
Around 1 hour
Adults, Families,Young Adults, Children, Senior Travellers
The rose collections and native plant collection
Though designated prayer facilities at Dunedin Botanic Garden will be unavailable for Muslim travellers, plenty of open area will be available to use during prayer times. Travellers can also visit some of the few mosques in Dunedin such as the Masjid Al Huda or the Dunedin Islamic Centre and the prayer room at the Otago University - Otago Muslim Student's Association which serve the local Muslim community of the area.
Muslim travellers looking for Halal food near Dunedin Botanic Garden can visit some of the few Halal restaurants in Dunedin. A few of the most popular Halal restaurants in Dunedin include Café Nesli Turkish Kebab, Paasha, Turkish, Indian Summer Restaurant, Maki Mono, The Rainforest Restaurant, Yilmaz, The Little Hut Café, Pak’n Save, Yilmaz Gourmet Pizzas & Kebabs and Sunrise Kebabs. Plenty of vegetarian options will also be available and finding food will not be too difficult.