Keys to the city
Publish Date: 18 February, 2020
Wreathed in volcanic hills and the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean, Dunedin is where gothic architecture meets sweeping coastal landscapes, a wonderful mix of quirky urban charm and dramatic natural surrounds.
From wild beauty to diverse attractions, a thriving ‘foodie’ scene, boutique shopping and world-class entertainment, there is so much to discover amongst the winding city streets, beaches and hills beyond.
Create your own personal itinerary here and choose from the must-do activities below.
New Zealand’s only castle, with its exciting, sometimes scandalous and tragic history, magnificent interiors, award winning gardens and breath-taking views. Enjoy a tour and finish off in style with a Victorian ‘High Tea’. www.larnachcastle.co.nz
Olveston Historic Home
This beautiful Edwardian design family home demonstrates the lifestyle some of Dunedin’s prominent citizens and their involvement in the shaping of the city and our nation. The house and its acre of beautiful garden can are in walking distance from the city centre.
See, smell, touch and taste the ingredients which go into making Speight’s beers and discover how Speight’s became a legend in the south. Regular guided tours are available and can be combined with a Speights Alehouse Restaurant meal in the evening.
A specially protected native forest, home to the tuatara lizard and 17 species of native birds. The walking tracks amongst the bush and bird feeding platforms suit all abilities and visitors join guided tours or simply stroll at their own pace...