Dunedin - New Zealand

Dunedin is the second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand, and is NZ oldest city that boasts a Scottish heritage which possesses a unique combination of cultural riches, fine architecture, and world-famous wildlife reserves. Dunedin offers a wide range of accommodation, restaurants, arts & crafts, attractions and eco tours & cruises to the wildlife situated on the Otago Peninsula that is unique in the world.

Go for a walk around town and admire both the statue of Robert Burns, Scotland’s most famous poet, in the centre of the Octagon and, for that matter, admire the neat symmetry of a city where the centre is a neat octagon with roads radiating out. Dunedin is much more than a university city. It is an urban destination with an excess of superb attractions.

No trip to Dunedin can be considered complete if you don’t spend at least a day out on the Otago Peninsula which is a wonderland of wildlife including sea lions, yellow-eyed penguins, New Zealand fur seals and the Royal Albatross with its three meter wingspan.

It’s easy to learn about things in Dunedin. Apart from being New Zealand’s first University City, it has an abundance of museums, galleries and heritage homes with amazing stories to tell. You can even discover the history of beer brewing at the Speights Brewery. Dunedin offers all the facilities you would expect within a modern, thriving city, without the traffic jams and parking problems! Daily life is vibrant, positive and upbeat. Cafés, restaurants and bars compete for space with a fabulous mix of shops and entertainment venues.

It is the perfect place for everyone to come to, from families, backpackers, couples, groups of friends and business people looking for the ideal spot for their next conference. You literally have everything you need for an enjoyable and memorable time all in one place. From fantastic accommodation, activities, facilities and attractions galore you will have such a wonderful time that you will never want to leave.

So jump on the phone right now to talk to one of our staff members about making arrangements for your next getaway to the desirable destination of Dunedin.

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