The South Island of New Zealand packs a remarkable diversity of scenery into a fairly compact area. Perhaps most famous are the mountains and lakes of the western and southern sections of the island. But the Otago region offers superb scenery and a different set of attractions. Its historical heart is the vibrant city of Dunedin, where we are be based to enjoy three different rows in the vicinity. Rowing Dunedin begins with a row in the harbour and see the city from the water. Dunedin sits at the head of the Otago Harbour, which stretches for 21 km to the sea. There is lots of rowing exploration to be done here. For even more variety, we trailer boats to row the very beautiful Taieri River to its mouth. Maybe we need to stay a week, not just a long weekend!