Local Attractions

Dunedin is an endearing city of classical architecture, ‘Scottish Charm’ and a city that prides itself on being New Zealand’s centre for learning, heritage, arts and culture. It is also the commercial hub of the Otago region and the gateway to the diverse wildlife of the Otago Peninsula including stunning coastal beauty.

The city’s population is 126,000 during term time, when almost one fifth of residents are students. The community embraces and celebrates its cultural diversity, with strong historical ties to the Chinese community and Dunedin’s sister city Edinburgh.

Places of Interest

All of the below tours and activities can be booked at the Dunedin iSITE Visitors Centre visitor.centre@dcc.govt.nz or at reception:

City Touring

Baldwin Street

Cadbury World

Otago Farmers Market

Forsyth Barr Stadium Tour

Good Company Tours

Otago Museum

Speight's Brewery

Dunedin Public Art Gallery

Dunedin Railway Station

Gasworks Museum

Larnach Castle

New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame

Otago Museum Toitū – Otago Settlers Museum

Olveston Historic Home

University of Otago

Gardens

Botanic Garden
Tropical Forest, Otago Museum
Chinese Garden
Glenfalloch Woodland Garden

Wildlife

Elm Wildlife Tours
Monarch Wildlife Cruise
Natures Wonders Naturally
Orokonui Ecosanctuary
Penguin Place
Royal Albatross Centre
Wild Earth Adventures