Welcome to Ōtepoti Dunedin

Ōtepoti Dunedin is located on the South East coast of the South Island. It is a city nestled in tree-clad hills at the head of a spectacular harbour.

Ōtepoti Dunedin is the main centre of, and the gateway to, the Otago region. Population – 123,000 (student population 25,000). Dunedin is New Zealand's second-largest city by area and arguably the most spectacular in terms of contrasting landscapes.

Across Otago Harbour and Peninsula, or the majestic sweeps along the sandy beaches of St Clair, to the stunning little “secret places” such as Tunnel Beach and the haunting rocky tors and tussock of Middlemarch, our hinterland and the starting point for the Otago Central Rail Trail.

The seaside settlements of Karitane and Port Chalmers provide the perfect setting to escape the city for the day.

   

SUPPORT LOCAL!

Dunedin locals have all teamed up to put together some terrific suggestions of what to do while you are in Dunedin.

Whether you have a couple of hours, half a day or more there is a plan for you ready to go here:

www.dunedinnz.com/meet/extend-your-stay

THINGS TO DO IN DUNEDIN

Culture/ Entertainment

Gardens/Walks

Beaches

(like Bali, but with wetsuits)

Architecture

(not exactly Edinburgh, but it sort of is)

  • Dunedin Public Art Gallery
  • Otago MuseumToitū
  • Otago Settlers Museum
  • Gasworks Museum
  • Hair Raiser Ghost walk
  • Speight’s Tour
  • Wildlife tours

  • Dunedin Botanic Garden
  • Dunedin Chinese
  • Lovers Leap and The Chasm
  • Ross Creek 
  • Heritage Trails

  • Aramoana Beach and The Mole
  • Victory Beach and the Pyramids 
  • Blueskin Bay
  • Tunnel Beach
  • Long Beach
  • Sandfly Bay
  • St Clair

  • Larnarch Castle
  • Olveston House
  • St Paul's Cathedral
  • First Church
  • Dunedin Railwaym Station 
  • Dunedin Street Art Trail


AIRPORT TRANSPORT

The airport is located 30mins from Dunedin CBD. For options on getting between the airport and CBD, head to the Dunedin Airport page

The shuttle is the most economical option as there is no city bus to the airport.

LOCAL TRANSPORT

Dunedin buses are a great way to get around the city. Please see timetables and journey planners on their website here

Discover Dunedin on a Scooter. Neuron connects cities to a safe, convenient and environmentally-friendly way of travel. Ride fares are available in Pay per Ride rates as well as affordable 1-Day and Weekly Pass option. Visit their website for more information: https://www.rideneuron.com/new-zealand


Conference Organisers

Conferences & Events Ltd
Conference Manager: Ali Howard
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