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Experience Dunedin: Essential Activities and Sights

Historic and Cultural Attractions

Dive into the history and culture of Dunedin with visits to the Otago Museum and the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum. These museums feature interactive exhibits that tell the stories of Dunedin’s natural history and early settlers, making them perfect for a family day out.

Explore the Otago Peninsula

The Otago Peninsula is a must-visit for wildlife enthusiasts. Home to fur seals, sea lions, and the rare yellow-eyed penguin, this area offers stunning landscapes and abundant wildlife. Take a guided tour to see the Royal Albatross Centre and experience the diverse marine life up close.

Discover Dunedin’s Beaches

Dunedin boasts beautiful beaches like St Clair, known for its surf, and Tunnel Beach, famous for its sandstone arch. Whether you want to surf, swim, or simply relax by the sea, Dunedin’s beaches offer something for everyone. Don’t miss the dramatic coastal views and tranquil settings.

Charming Port Chalmers

Just a short drive from Dunedin, Port Chalmers is a picturesque village with a rich history and vibrant arts scene. Visit the local galleries, enjoy a meal at a café, and take in the scenic views. It’s an ideal spot for a relaxing day trip.

Enjoy Dunedin’s Craft Beer Scene

Experience the local craft beer culture with a tour of Emerson’s or Speight’s Brewery. Learn about the brewing process and enjoy tastings of some of the finest beers Dunedin has to offer. It’s a fun and educational activity for beer lovers.

Outdoor Adventures

For outdoor enthusiasts, Dunedin offers fantastic cycling and mountain biking opportunities. Explore the trails around Signal Hill for breathtaking views or venture further afield for more challenging rides. Dunedin’s natural landscape is perfect for adventure seekers.

Dunedin Street Art Trail

Discover the vibrant and whimsical street art scattered throughout Dunedin’s central city. The Dunedin Street Art Trail features murals by both local and international artists, turning the city into an open-air gallery. Pick up a trail map from the Dunedin i-SITE Visitor Information Centre and enjoy a 90-minute walk exploring these colourful artworks.

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