The Roman Baths
This is not a safe place for Children. Please be careful when accessing the Roman Baths and always tell someone where you are going. Blackhead is the most southern part of the Dunedin Volcano, a shield volcano which formed over extensions of the Titri, Akatore, and North Taieri faults between 13 and 10 million years ago. The basalt columns here are 11 million years old, dating from the early part of 3rd major eruptive phase of the volcano.