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About Dunedin


Dunedin, New Zealand’s first city is set amidst a magical landscape edged by the sea. Here the streets hum vibrantly with colour and culture, and the beauty of nature can still be found - everywhere.

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Macandrew Bay, Dunedin

An historic university town, Dunedin spreads around a sheltered harbour. The city is regarded as having the finest examples of Victorian and Edwardian architecture in the Southern Hemisphere. The city centre is compact, with a wonderful array of kerbside cafés, high quality local craft, art, jewellery and fashion design outlets.

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Robbie Burns, St Pauls Cathedral, Municipal Chambers
Albatross Chick, Otago Peninsula

As New Zealand’s eco-tourism capital, the city is renowned for its proximity to incredible wildlife. The Otago Peninsula, a brief drive from the city centre, is home to a colony of the world’s rarest penguins, the only mainland breeding colony of the royal albatross, rare New Zealand sea lions and the magnificent Larnach Castle. A world of recreational opportunities awaits the active at heart. We hope you enjoy our southern hospitality and your time in Dunedin.

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Dunedin Sponsors The Southern Trust Website Dunedin City Council Website New Zealand Community Trust Website Otago Community Trust Website Visit Dunedin! Suzuki Website