Dunedin is located on the southeast coast of the South Island of New Zealand, at the head of the Otago Peninsula. Dunedin is a safe and compact city with a number of fantastic restaurants, shops and attractions all within easy walking distance of the city centre, 'The Octagon'. Visit Dunedin, a heritage city, where you will find a wide range of accommodation, Restaurants, Cafés, Arts & Crafts, Attractions and Eco Tours & Cruises to the Wildlife situated on the Otago Peninsula that is unique in the world.
500 metres away
Experience a lush, living Tropical Forest, where you’ll meet live butterflies and other tropical creatures in their natural paradise. Otago Museum offers an opportunity to explore the rich history of southern New Zealand, through our outstanding collections. Open daily 10am-5pm.
Speight's - Brewery Tours
Hard to go past it, mate
Enjoy an interactive and informative guided tour through our historic working brewery. If you like beer, you’ll love this tour. But it’s just as rewarding for history buffs. On the tour you’ll see, smell, touch and taste the ingredients that go into making Speight’s beers - and of course get to sample some for yourself.
Cadbury World Dunedin
One of the sweeter places to visit
Visit our site in the centre of Dunedin and you’ll be able to see, smell and taste a huge variety of wondrous chocolate creations. We’ve a range of fun filled tours for the whole family to enjoy.
New Zealand’s only Castle
The Victorian castle is also well known for its 14 hectare garden and grounds which has been recognised as a Garden of International Significance. The Castle is located in Company Bay, at 145 Camp Road.
Wildlife Capital of New Zealand
Dunedin, is renowned for its incredible wildlife. Visits to see the coastal colonies of the world's rarest penguins, including the yellow-eyed penguin and the world's only mainland breeding colony of the Royal albatross and rare New Zealand sea lions are all within close proximity to the city.