Fabulous architecture and a dog – what more do you need? Laurie works her magic again ……
With the first students being accepted in July 1871, it is the oldest university in New Zealand, and the third oldest in Oceania.
With over 20,000 students, the University offers Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral degrees in Health Sciences, other Sciences, Business, and Humanities.
I’m not sure which was more impressive: the architecture or the trees! The stone, while of a darker color, reminded me of Hokie Stone.
The walk was peaceful, offered wonderful scenery, and was the perfect way to end our day.