Welcome to Dunedin
Dunedin is a city in New Zealand, at the head of Otago Harbour on the South Island’s southeast coast. It’s known for its Scottish and Maori heritage, Victorian and Edwardian architecture, and a large student population. Hiking and cycling trails crisscross the dramatic landscape of the adjoining Otago Peninsula, home to colonies of albatross, sea lions and rare yellow-eyed penguins.
Places of interest in and around Dunedin
The Otago Peninsula is a long, hilly indented finger of land that forms the easternmost part of Dunedin, New Zealand. Volcanic in origin, it forms one wall of the eroded valley that now forms Otago Harbour.
Larnach Castle, Dunedine
Larnach Castle is one of the premier visitor attraction in Dunedin. Situated on the picturesque Otago Peninsula, It was restored by the Barker Family, the Castle and surrounding grounds are at the heart of the Dunedin visitor experience. A diverse business. Larnach Castle Limited offers the castle experience, award winning gardens, luxury accommodation, event management and unique dining experiences. Larnach Castle has received numerous national and international accolades.
Toitū Otago Settlers Museum
The Toitū Otago is New Zealand’s newest and most innovative History Musem in Dunedin. Its brief covers the territory of the old Otago Province, that is, New Zealand from the Waitaki River south,
Daily except 25 Dec. 10am- 5pm, Admission is free, Wi-Fi and a free bag and coat check. For to know more please click Toitū Otago Settlers Museum
Dunedin Botanic Garden
The Dunedin Botanic Garden is New Zealand’s first botanic garden and holds the status of six star Garden of International Significance. Admission to all areas of the Botanic Garden is free. To know more about it www.dunedinbotanicgarden.co.nz
Tunnel Beach is a locality 7.5 kilometres southwest of the city centre of Dunedin, New Zealand. Located just south of St Clair, Tunnel Beach has sea-carved sandstone cliffs, rock arches and caves
Entry to the Museum and the galleries is free. This does not include Tūhura, which incorporates the Otago Community Trust Science Centre, the Perpetual Guardian Planetarium or the Beautiful Science Gallery. Prices are applicable to know more about Otago Museum
Olveston Historic Home is a substantial house in an inner suburb of Dunedin, New Zealand. Olveston is open 364 days of the year, 9am – 5pm,(Christmas Day only by prior arrangement.) Entry to Olveston is by guided tour only.Olveston
Dunedin Chinese Garden
Most cherished in this mundane world is a place without traffic, truly in the midst of a city there can be mountain and forest. Wen Zhengming (1470 – 1559) A perfect miniature of a traditional Chinese landscape painting, this Garden encapsulates the essence of nature. It was built to take you on a journey to a greater understanding of history, culture, heritage and tradition. Its origins come from a desire to celebrate the city’s Chinese heritage and its valuable sister city relationship with Shanghai. The Dunedin Chinese Garden, is located in the city of Dunedin in southern New Zealand. It is sited next to the Toitū Otago Settlers Museum close to the centre of the city and numerous other of the. to know more about
Dunedin Chinese Garden