Dunedin is a popular tourist destination, with a huge range of attractions. From modern shopping malls to adventure activities to a variety of animals and bird and sea life, there is something to entertain everyone!
The Otago Peninsula is a long, hilly indented section of land, lying east of Dunedin City. The peninsula is home to a wide range of birds, animals and sea life such as seals and yellow-eyed penguins.
Located at the entrance of the Otago Harbour, Taiaroa Head is home to a breeding colony of Northern Royal Albatross. This is the only colony of albatross to be found on an inhabited mainland.
The Pacific coast of the Otago peninsula has several stunning beaches, including Allan's Beach, Boulder Beach, Victory Beach and Sandfly Bay.
Cadbury Chocolate Factory
Take a tour of the Cadbury Chocolate Factory, learn about the history of chocolate, see how the chocolate is made, and even get to try some!
For more information see www.cadburyworld.co.nz.
No trip to Dunedin is complete without visiting a real life castle! Built in 1871 by William Larnach, Larnach Castle is New Zealand's only castle.
Explore the superbly crafted buildings with magnificent architecture or the spectacular tower views and beautiful gardens.
For a truly special experience, boutique lodge accommodation is available in the castle gardens. Weddings and functions are held in the beautiful 3,000 square foot ballroom.
For more information see www.larnachcastle.co.nz
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Did you Know?
The two main islands of New Zealand are called the North Island and the South Island.