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Best things to do in Dunedin

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

History Museum
“Super cool exhibits on history of Dunedin, including a cable car that formerly traversed our property!”
61 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“Larnach Castle, is a mock castle on the ridge of the Otago Peninsula within the limits of the city of Dunedin, New Zealand, close to the small settlement of Pukehiki. It is one of a few houses of this scale in New Zealand. The house was built by prominent entrepreneur and politician, William Larnach.”
48 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“We never knew that Albatross could be so big. It's not guaranteed to see Albatross, but the drive out is so spectacular it's worth it either way.”
48 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Near St. Clair beach, great for walking along the esplanade and watching the surfing. Only 10 minutes drive from here.”
41 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
“Orokonui Ecosanctuary is a 15 minute drive from Hill View. It is a predator-fenced area of great natural beauty and a beautiful place to take a bush walk and listen to the birdsong. They have Takahe and kaka and a lovely visitor centre and cafe. ”
36 locals recommend
Beach
“Only minutes from the city centre, this sweeping surf beach is a place to walk, swim, surf or dine out.”
28 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Great contemporary art gallery for art lovers! Nova cafe next door is nice as well.”
24 locals recommend
Route
“Cadbury chocolate factory have a Jaffa rolling competition to raise funds for various charities during School holidays. This would be the best time to see the street. You are not allowed to turn your car around in the street so have to view it from down below but hey its in the Guiness Book of records as the steepest so have a look!”
28 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“A unique slice of coastline. Spectacular views, great photo opportunities and interesting story.”
29 locals recommend
University
“Planetarium and tropical forest are big hits with kids - interactive and fun”
26 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“It has a lot of natural exhibits and fossils . It Is good for wet days and for children . There is no entry fee to most of the Museum though donations are always welcome ”
21 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Beautiful historic home and gardens, you'll walk right past if you take the "quiet path" to university/stadium. Several tours daily, for a fee.”
21 locals recommend
Food
“An absolute must on a Saturday morning. Take your pick of vendors from French crepes to bacon butties, baguettes, artisan pies and porridge with Otago apricots. We recommend getting there early - it's pretty much over by 12.”
33 locals recommend
Park
“Lively with a zingy menu of Asian fusion tapas and cocktails. Vault 21 is always a buzz with a commanding view to the Octagon.”
17 locals recommend
Establishment
“Moana Pool has a range of swimming areas, a multitude of fitness facilities, lots of training courses and heaps of entertainment for children. http://www.dunedin.govt.nz/facilities/swimming-pools/moana-pool”
17 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Currently in the Octagon after an unfortunate fire, this beautiful Dunedin restaurant is currently being refurbished to its original state in Highgate. Meantime they have a pop up in the Octagon. Still worth a visit.”
24 locals recommend