Notes on the Geography of New Zealand: Dunedin 1 (Commercial): Photo 3
The preceding photos were taken just about at the lower-left corner of this map. Dunedin is at the end of the long Otago Harbor. Harbour, if you prefer. The peninsula is the Otago Peninsula, a name that's Maori but which still defeats etymologists questing after meaning. Captain Cook came by in 1770 and named Cape Saunders, at the lower right. He didn't enter the harbor, which was not surely visited by Europeans until 1810. The settling of Dunedin was still another 40 years off.
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