We have a private wildlife reserve o the Otago Peninsula that has a fur seal breeding colony, a private beach where sealions come ashore and a breeding colony of yellow eyed penguins. . . . More . . .
We have a private wildlife reserve o the Otago Peninsula that has a fur seal breeding colony, a private beach where sealions come ashore and . . . More . . .
Since 1868, the Otago Museum has been sharing it's world class collection of over 1.5 million objects, telling stories of nature, culture and science from . . . More . . .
Olveston was built for Dunedin businessman, collector and philanthropist, David Theomin, as a family home furnished with fine art, furniture and artefacts purchased from all . . . More . . .
A visit to Dunedin is not complete without a trip on the Taieri Gorge Railway - one of the world's great train trips. . . . More . . .
Discover New Zealand's only castle, built in 1871 by William Larnach, merchant baron and politician, still privately owned and cared for. . . . More . . .
Experience a choice of 25 luxury units, executive 2-bedroom apartments (sleep up to 6), honeymoon suite, studio units and mini studios. Family units are fully equipped. . . . More . . .
The Meridian Mall is a dynamic, modern retail centre that makes up the bustling heart of the Dunedin Central Business District. . . . More . . .
Brewery tours and tastings daily from 10am. Taproom and restaurant 10am until late.. . . . More . . .
Venture out on a fascinating journey around the spectacular Otago Peninsula: where albatross gather, seabirds nest and feed, and seals breed on the rocks. . . . More . . .
Open 7 days for lunch or dinner. All day dining Friday to Sunday, public and school holidays.Conveniently located just off the Southern Motorway in the . . . More . . .
Relive New Zealand's great sporting moments. Learn about the great New Zealand sports achievers. Spend a couple of hours for a century of sporting excellence. . . . More . . .
Welcome to Penguin Place, a private and self-funded conservation effort dedicated to the survival of the endangered Yellow-Eyed Penguin. Small group guided tours allow fantastic . . . More . . .
‘The most accessible wildlife in the South Island’ is the catch-cry here. Well, there are wheeling seabirds, honking sea lions and all manner of other natural noises, but you get the point. Read the story . . .
Heritage and history
Designed by a London architect and built in 1904 – well, this was really something. Ostentatious as all hell, Olveston was also lavishly decorated. Read the story . . .
Food and drink
‘Dunedin’ is an ancient name for Edinburgh and the resemblance doesn’t stop at the names. Read the story . . .