Sheltered by a long-dormant volcanic cone and the Otago Harbour, Dunedin is a charming, compact city with fine Edwardian and Victorian architecture. Home to the historic University of Otago, this vibrant city offers great dining and shopping, numerous museums and art galleries, and celebrates its diverse culture in the modern street art gracing it’s heritage warehouse precinct. Surrounded by beaches and inlets, Dunedin is the gateway to the unique wildlife of the Otago peninsula, including the world’s rarest penguin species—the Yellow Eyed Penguin.
This city is full of authentic welcoming characters that tell it like it is. With abundant wildlife on its door step and heritage buildings housing the great cafes and nightlife.
- Watch Royal Albatross and penguin at Taiaroa Head.
- Discover Dunedin history at Larnach Castle or Olveston Historic Home.
- Cruise the beautiful Otago Harbour.
- Ride the historic Taieri Gorge Railway.
- Climb Baldwin St, the world’s steepest street.
Spring - Sept to Nov
70 - 170
Summer - Dec to Feb
120 - 280
Autumn - Mar to May
150 - 210
Winter - Jun to Aug
60 - 120