Explore Ōtepoti Dunedin, New Zealand.
Dunedin, New Zealand. To visit is to experience a succession of pleasant surprises. From rare wildlife and a stunning coastline to neo-Gothic architecture, contemporary arts, culture and education – it’s all found here in this lively little city. The City extends around the arms of a sheltered harbour, the same stretch of waters the city’s Scottish founders first sailed up some 160 years ago, following the earlier settlement by the Maori who traded across the Tasman Sea from the port of Otago.
Incredible wildlife can be found around the Otago Peninsula.
Visit the world’s only mainland breeding colony of Northern Royal Albatross or view one of the world’s rarest penguins, the Yellow-eyed, all in their natural habitat. Little blue penguins, native New Zealand fur seals, and sea lions also make their home along the stunning coast.
Dunedin was recently named a UNESCO City of Literature.
Dunedin, New Zealand is full of hidden gems
From wee alleyways, new businesses, bars, restaurants, and recreational activities. The Insiders Website is the platform to source all the best local tips, stories, and things to do to make your life or visiting Dunedin a little more special.
Dunedin was recently named a UNESCO City of Literature, and also became the Southern Hemisphere’s most connected city with one gigabit per second (1Gbps) broadband service. Among the world-renowned University of Otago, an innovative polytechnic and dynamic inventive technology sectors, Dunedin boasts a smart and engaged population.
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