Sea-carved sandstone cliffs, rock arches and caves can be found at Tunnel Beach next to Dunedin, on the South Island of New Zealand. Shaped by water and wind the sandstone coastline at Tunnel Beach offers magnificent views. Furthermore there is a tunnel leading down 72 steps to beach. The tunnel was commissioned in 1870 by the local politician John Cargill to create some privacy for his family while spending time at the beach.

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