Located in the heart of the stunning Otago region, the city of Dunedin attracts Kiwi and international tourists, students, tour groups and corporate visitors in large numbers each year – all keen to sample the unique lifestyle that is Dunedin city.
Downtown Dunedin is a great place to check out and purchase some of New Zealand's renowned fashion labels from top local designers while meandering through the exclusive boutique fashion stores in the main shopping area around Princes and George Streets.
New Zealand's oldest city is rich in culture and also well known for its Scottish heritage, famous landmarks and unique wildlife. The City of Dunedin is located on the South East Coast of the South Island and is the heart of the Otago region. The city boasts a unique location at the head of the spectacular Otago Harbour.
As one of the 4 main cities within New Zealand and the second largest city in the South Island, Dunedin is located in the perfect South Island location, making it easy to commute to Christchurch or Queenstown. Dunedin is a popular place for many tourists to start their South Island.
Dunedin is a lively city and offers a diverse range of entertainment, from award-winning restaurants, to a vibrant pub scene, designer shops and original cafes. Thanks to an active University scene there is a great array of pub activity throughout the year, however we aren't talking about students swigging back beer and getting loud, think more along the lines of creative students.
Dining out in Dunedin is truly a gastronomically delightful experience thanks to the many Dunedin restaurants and cafes that have won awards and national recognition for exceptional food. There is a huge range of eateries in the Otago area offering an extensive range of menus to suit your taste buds and wallet.
The moment you arrive in Dunedin, either via vehicle, plane or ship, you will be impressed with the huge selection of holiday and business accommodation on offer. From boutique apartments and world-class hotels to backpacker hostels, campgrounds, farm-stays and affordable motels