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Day dreaming about your Dunedin break? Now's the time to pull your head out of the clouds and make those dreams a reality!
With around 110,000 residents, you're sure to make some new friends!
The nation's capital, Wellington, is 380 miles northeast of Dunedin. Port Chalmers is 7 miles to the northeast.
Family attractions like Penguin Place, Royal Albatross Centre and Yellow-Eyed Penguin Conservation Reserve are certain to get the little ones excited. And you never know, the grownups might just have a blast too!
Lean against the glass and watch a variety of underwater creatures as they swim around the tanks at NZ Marine Studies Centre and Aquarium.
The Speight's Brewery is the place to be if knocking back a few cold ones is your favourite way to finish off the day. See if there are any tours on or simply sit back and enjoy their unique creations and flavours.
The buzzing atmosphere of the Dunedin Casino makes it wonderful for an exciting night out. Grab a beer and go strolling or see how you go putting a few bets down!
Whether you're curious about local plant and flower species or just want to take the time out to explore the many pathways, there's something for everyone at the Dunedin Botanic Garden and the Glenfalloch Woodland Garden.
In the mood for an alfresco lunch? Grab some bread and cheese and head to Taieri Gorge or Signal Hill for a relaxing picnic. Alternatively, get some exercise and keep the kids on the go by wandering around Moeraki Boulders or Mount Cargill.
No escape is complete without some time at the seaside! Round up the troops, grab a Frisbee and enjoy some real downtime at St. Clair Beach or Brighton Beach. Want to add to your collection of seashells? Also swing by Boulder Beach and Tomahak Beach.
Put on some comfy shoes and gear up to go adventuring. There are lots of nature reserves around here that are just waiting to be explored. The clean, crisp air and natural surroundings at Orokonui Ecosanctuary and Silver Peaks Reserve are as invigorating as it gets. For some more downtime, head to Natures Wonders Naturally and Bush Creek Trail.
Seeking compelling exhibits? Head straight for Cadbury World and the Otago Museum. Don't forget to find out about group tours. Need more? Also head to the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame and the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum.
You don't need to be an art expert to get something out of the wonderful works which grace the walls of the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Just look closely and let your mind run free.
Don't just read about history, step right back into it at the Port Chalmers Museum! Here you'll experience an intriguing glimpse into the defining moments and events that have contributed to the development of the area throughout the years.
Do you want to look around some historically significant sights? A few hours at Olveston or the University of Otago with give you a deeper understanding of Dunedin's days gone by. Why not also call in at Dunedin Town Hall and The Fletcher House?
Explore the powerful stronghold of Historic Fort Taiaroa. Learn about its defensive mechanisms and let your mind run wild thinking about the battles that happened right under your feet.
Many of us had childhood fantasies that involved princes and princesses. Larnach Castle looks as though it was created for a fairytale, so stop in and find out firsthand what the life of a royal is really like.
Learn more about the city's cultural traditions at St. Paul's Cathedral and First Church of Otago. Another option is to enquire into touring Holy Trinity Church and Catholic Church.
While it's easy to concentrate on the most well-known attractions here, Dunedin also has some great lesser-known tourist sights. Baldwin Street is one noteworthy example. Or, head on over to the Hocken Library.
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