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Dunedin and Otago

Dunedin’s cafés, bars and galleries accent a quirky and beautiful city where the harbour and architecture combine for some beautiful sights. Conquer the steepest street in the world, Baldwin Street.

Dunedin has a rich Scottish heritage and is one of the southern hemisphere’s best preserved Edwardian and Victorian cities, full of gothic-style architecture. Explore one of New Zealand’s oldest and largest museums, the Otago Museum. Witness the splendour at Larnach Castle, New Zealand’s only castle. Visit the Edwardian Olveston Historic Home, built in the early 1900s. Marvel at the size and architecture of the historical Dunedin Railway Station. Catch the famous Taieri Railway and take in the surrounding region. Take a tour of Speights Brewery, home of South Island’s favourite beer. For the chocolate lovers, tour the famous Cadbury World and sample the delicious elements of the chocolate making process.

Dunedin has some of the best beaches and coastlines in New Zealand. Surf at St Clair Beach or swim in the heated beachside pool in summer. Unwind at one of the cafés or bars along the promenade, while taking in the breathtaking views of the Southern Ocean. Visit one of the most romantic spots in Dunedin, Tunnel Beach. Take in the stunning vistas of high cliffs, arches and headlands, as you walk the Tunnel Beach Walkway.

A drive along the Otago Peninsula is well worthwhile. It’s here where you'll witness an abundance of wildlife, including seals, Blue penguins, cormorants and the Yellow-Eyed penguin. Visit the Royal Albatross Centre, at Taiaroa Head, the only mainland breeding site of the Royal Albatross in the world.

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