Looking for something to do, here you can do all sorts of activities to keep you busy from exercise to craft ideas.
Honest Yoga: Yoga in your everyday life, with names you all can actually understand and relate to. Click here to embrace your inner zen!
Spell Your Major Exercises: To encourage staying well and physically active at a distance, challenge yourself to do the workout you spell with your degree major. Click here to get active and take a spelling lesson at the same time!
Walks in Dunners
Ross Creek: A labyrinth of walks based in and around the Ross Creek Reservoir. Check out Dunedin walks brochure for a detailed map of all of the entry points and established walks within the area. Click here to open the map.
Nichols Creek: The magical fairyland of Little Edinburugh. Glow worms & waterfalls in lush Southern bush, need I say more? Click here to go to the map.
Dunedin Botanical Gardens: The oldest Established gardens in Aotearoa New Zealand, really a winner. Close to the NEV for all your picnic supplies. Click here to open the map.
Dunedin Town Belt: If the Botanic Gardens is the Jewel in the Crown, Dunedin’s Town Belt is the actual crown of Dunedin’s natural environment. Check out Dunedin’s Amenities Society Town Belt Traverse which has been conveniently embedded into the Walks in Dunners map for a historical tour of this local treasure. Click here to open the map.
Signal Hill: Take the bus up to this hill with a view and puzzle (as we all have) over the two large & unexplained statues plonked at the summit, then cruise down to the bottom on your mountain bike. Click here to open the map.
How about some dancing?
Chair phrase with standing variation by GASP! Dance Inclusive. GASP! is a local Dunedin dance group for people with and without disabilities. They are uploading some fun, easy and short dance videos to YouTube for anyone to follow along too. Feel free to follow along; adapt the moves in a way that suits your body; or just move in any way you like!