NOTE: Real NZ Dunedin is now available for Prepar3d v4!
Welcome to the Real New Zealand Dunedin, scenery for FSX, FSX Steam Edition, Prepar3d v3 and v4. This is the first 'Real New Zealand' scenery for some time, so here's a quick intro to what 'Real New Zealand' represents.
'Real New Zealand' means photographically accurate airports and points of interest, on the highest quality aerial imagery available for the area. I always visit and photograph Real NZ airports myself, as real photo textures are what defines a Real New Zealand scenery, along with some serious thought about what makes the airport special.
There is now a small patch available for Real NZ Dunedin, and everyone who has already purchased and downloaded the scenery prior to 15 November 2016 should download and run the patch. Any new orders (from 15 November 2016) already include the patch. Full details are here.
- 2,400 square kilometres of Photoscenery covering the Taieri Plains, Dunedin City, Otago Peninsula
- Detailed airports -- NZDN and NZTI
- City and surrounding points of interest
- Works with FSX, FSX Steam Edition, Prepar3d v3 and v4
- Prepar3d v3/v4 ground textures for forward compatibility
- FTX NZSI compatible
- Default/Vector Land Class compatible
- 5 metre elevation mesh for city, peninsula, hills and coastline
- SODE controlled airbridges at NZDN
- SODE-operated custom windsocks
- Full autogen coverage
- Custom vegetation autogen classes for more realistic southern trees
1.14GB download, so please consider using a download manager. All Real NZ/Godzone downloads are served via Amazon Cloudfront for optimal delivery speeds anywhere in the world.
The Godzone Store displays and charges in New Zealand dollars. Currently NZ$35 is approx. US$25.
Why Dunedin? From a flightsim scenery point of view, NZDN is just a terminal in the middle of a paddock. Luckily there's also Taieri Airport, the home of the Otago Aero Club, From the Aeroclub website: "The Otago Aero Club is the oldest aero club in New Zealand dating back to 1927. Taieri airfield has a rich history and was once an active RNZAF base." It has a southern charm which represents a part of New Zealand which is being lost in more northern parts.
The old NAC hangar is still in regular use, and beautifully maintained. Here's a photo from my visit this year.
Videos of the scenery in action: