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New Zealand's Dunedin is situated on the South Island and has a decidedly Scottish flavour. Many of the roads have Scottish names and a statue of Robbie Burns stands proudly in the centre of the city. Locals are warm and welcoming.
Of the area's beaches, Tunnel Beach is the most unusual. To get there you must cross fields and pass through an eerie tunnel cut into the rocky cliff.
Chocoholics will love Cadbury World. As well as a tour of the factory guests will receive free delicious samples. Speights Brewery is a highlight for beer lovers. Learn about production, tour the brewery, and enjoy a tasting session.
For some natural attractions, head over to Tairoa Head where you can see a colony of albatrosses, the old fortifications, and some lovely scenery. The Organ Pipes is a small but interesting rock formation with great scenic views. The Otago Peninsula boasts an incredibly picturesque coastline, with small beaches, mud flats, rugged cliffs, pretty communities, house boats, and a variety of flora and fauna.
Other places of interest include Fortune Theatre, Larnach Castle, Otakou Marae, Forsyth Barr Stadium, the Chinese garden, and the botanical gardens.
There is a good mix of restaurants, with fresh food available at the Sunday farmers' market and Friday bakery. Accommodation ranges from backpacker hostels to plush hotels.
Dunedin International Airport transports passengers to and from various domestic destinations and some cities in Australia. Whilst there are no long distance train services in operation, scenic sightseeing trains can be a good way to enter the city. Buses link Dunedin with Christchurch, Queenstown, Wanaka, and Invercargill. Car is another option. The main part of the city is relatively flat, making it easy to explore by foot and by bike. In outlying areas, however, walking and cycling can be tough; the streets can be very steep! Indeed, the city is home to the world's steepest street, Baldwin Street. There are decent bus services.
Browse our Dunedin Holidays or the Dunedin Airport guides for further details and hot travel tips. Country travel information is available at our New Zealand Holidays guide.