30 Duke Street, Dunedin, Otago, 9016, New Zealand
12 Opoho Rd, North Dunedin, Dunedin 9016
The Dunedin Botanic Garden is New Zealand's first botanic garden and holds the status of six star Garden of International Significance. Its wide range of horticultural and botanical collections includes roses, the herbaceous and perennial borders, a rock garden, New Zealand native plants and four hectares of Rhododendron Dell with more than 3,000 rhododendrons.The Garden has hill views from sunny lawns, more than 6,800 plant species and the song of wild native bellbirds, wood pigeons and tui.
419 Great King St, North Dunedin, Dunedin 9016
The Otago Museum is located in the city centre of Dunedin, New Zealand. It is adjacent to the University of Otago campus in Dunedin North, 1,500 metres northeast of the city centre. It is one of the city's leading attractions, with over 480,000 visitors each year, and has one of the largest collections in New Zealand. Natural science specimens and humanities artefacts from Otago, New Zealand and the world form the basis for long-term gallery displays, while exhibitions on a wide range of subjects change regularly. An interactive science centre within the Museum includes a large, immersive tropical butterfly rainforest environment.
145 Camp Rd, Dunedin 9077
Larnach Castle (also referred to as "Larnach's Castle"), is a mock castle on the ridge of the Otago Peninsula within the limits of the city of Dunedin, New Zealand, close to the small settlement of Pukehiki. It is one of a few houses of this scale in New Zealand. The house was built by prominent entrepreneur and politician, William Larnach. The Castle is now privately owned by the Barker Family, and operated as a tourism destination.
The Castle and Grounds are open daily to members of the public. The Larnach Castle gardens are one of only five gardens nationwide to have been given the rating of "Garden of International Significance" by the New Zealand Gardens Trust. These were the first gardens in the South Island to receive the title.
31 Queens Gardens, Dunedin, 9016
Toitu Otago Settlers Museum
The Toitū Otago Settlers Museum is a regional history museum in Dunedin. It is New Zealand's oldest and most extensive history museum. It is located in the heart of the city close to other prominent buildings such as the Dunedin Railway Station, some 500 metres from the city centre (The Octagon).
22 Anzac Ave, Dunedin, 9016
Dunedin Railway Station and the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame
Dunedin railway station in Dunedin on New Zealand's South Island, designed by George Troup, is the city's fourth station. It earned its architect the nickname of "Gingerbread George".
The Octagon, Dunedin, 9016
The Octagon is the city centre of Dunedin, in the South Island of New Zealand. It is an eight-sided plaza bisected by the city's main street, and is also the central terminus of two other main thoroughfares. The Octagon is predominantly a pedestrian reserve, with grass and paved features, and is surmounted by a statue of the Scottish poet Robert Burns. Several of Dunedin's significant buildings and institutions adjoin the plaza, which is also a major hub for public transport in Dunedin.
200 Rattray St, Dunedin, 9016
Speight's is a brewery in Dunedin, New Zealand. Speight's is famous for its promotional branding based on being 'a real southern man' and being 'the pride of the south'.
Daily brewery tours run all year-round from 12:00pm, last tours start at 4pm in winter and 7pm during the summer.
60 Littlebourne Rd, Roslyn, Dunedin 9010
Moana Pool is the largest swimming pool in the southern half of New Zealand's South Island. It is located at the corner of Littlebourne Road and Upper Stuart Street close to Otago Boys' High School, on the slopes of Roslyn, overlooking the centre of the city of Dunedin. The pool complex can be seen from much of the city, and commands extensive views over central and coastal Dunedin.
Corner of Rattray and Cumberland Streets, Dunedin 9016
Dunedin Chinese Garden
The Dunedin Chinese Garden, is sited next to the Toitū Otago Settlers Museum close to the centre of the city and numerous other of the city's tourist attractions, including the Dunedin Railway Station and Queen's Gardens.
2 Royal Terrace, North Dunedin, Dunedin 9016
Olveston – historic homestead
Olveston Historic Home is a substantial house in an inner suburb of Dunedin, New Zealand. Built for David Theomin in the Jacobean style to plans prepared by the London architect Sir Ernest George,(1839-1922) the house was fitted with all the latest conveniences: central heating, an internal telephone system, a service lift, a food mixer, and an electric toaster, for example. It has 35 rooms, with a total floor area of 1276 m².
231 Stuart Street, Dunedin 9016
New Zealand's Fortune Theatre lays claim to being the world's southernmost professional theatre company and is the sole professional theatre group in Dunedin. It is a regular host of both local and touring shows.
Baldwin St, North East Valley, Dunedin 9010
Baldwin Street - The Worlds Steepest Residential Street
According to the Guinness World Records, Baldwin Street is the world's steepest residential street.It is located in the residential suburb of North East Valley, 3.5 kilometres from Dunedin's central business district.
A short straight street a little under 350m long, Baldwin Street runs east from the valley of the Lindsay Creek up the side of Signal Hill towards Opoho, rising from 30m above sea level at its junction with North Road to 100m above sea level at the top, an average slope of slightly more than 1:5.
St Clair Beach, Dunedin
St Clair Beach
Only minutes from the city centre, this sweeping surf beach is a place to walk, swim, surf or dine out.
There is nothing between this white sandy beach and the Antarctic. It has New Zealand’s most consistent surf break and a café lined promenade to watch all the action. Cafes and bars line the esplanade, a breath-taking view of the Southern Ocean; surfers enjoying the waves and a newly remodelled playground complete the vista.
1260 Harington Point Rd, Harington Point 9077
Royal Albatross Colony, Tairoa Head
Visit the world’s only mainland breeding colony of Royal Albatross, explore the hidden tunnels of historic Fort Taiaroa and see the Little Blue Penguin colony at Pilots Beach. People come from all over the world to enjoy the spectacular views on the Otago Peninsula, The Wildlife Capital of New Zealand. With its 20 km long harbour, Otago Peninsula is the home of an abundance of magnificent world famous wildlife.