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Here’s a suggestion:

Visit the Craigieburn reserve from the entrance at the top end of Tanner Road where it meets Wakari Road, and take the Rimu walk through the native bush to Burma Road and Ross Creek. The walk takes about 20 minutes and takes you past some magnificent ancient Rimu trees.

Watch the following video produced by Mick Field, a former president of the Society, in which he describes this unique grove of Rimu trees so close to the city of Dunedin.

Historical notes on the Society

The following video is a talk given by Mick Field, a former president of the Society, to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Society.

This talk gives an interesting background of the Society and also how it formed an integral part in the development of the Town Belt and other parks in Dunedin from the late 1880s until the present day
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