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About 20 members of the Dunedin Steampunk Society made the most of a sunny Sunday in the Dunedin Botanic Garden.
Decked out in their vintage best, the group attracted plenty of attention from the hundreds of cruise ship passengers visiting the garden.
Society president James Bryan said they were playing games such as croquet and skipping because they were "games kids used to play".
"No batteries required."
The group hosted three or four high teas a year, often at the Mornington Cable Car.
"We just do it because it’s fun, and it gives people something to talk about."
There were 27 members of the society in Dunedin, he said.