Dunedin is absolutely easy to get around by foot. University is closely located to the city centre. Though January is summer time with temperatures ranging from 12-25 °C, frequent showers are not uncommon. So you may wish to wear comfortable layers, proper footwear and carry an umbrella.
Main public transport in Dunedin is by bus. Public transport is maintained by Otago Regional Council and operated as “GoBus”. Bus fares are paid for either by cash, or by the electronic ticketing system “GoCard” which you need to get one for you at specified locations in the city.
The other source of public transport is taxis. Taxi companies mentioned in the main page run taxis in and around the city and to the suburbs.
Some tourist attractions in Dunedin
Heritage buildings that are worth visiting are Larnach Castle, Speight’s Brewery, the Gasworks Museum, First Church of Otago, University of Otago Clock tower building, Otago Boys High School and the Taieri Gorge Railway.
Dunedin has a spectacular, wide and varied coastline. Beaches that are worth exploring are St. Clair beach, Tunnel beach, Aramoana beach, Long beach and Brighton beach
If you are interested in surfing or go for Mountain biking & Cycling, then Dunedin is the fabulous place to fulfill your wish. You will find easy access to the remarkable landscapes, Scenic walking tracks, Golf Courses, Fishing sites renowned native wildlife, allows you to explore and enjoy.
Find fabulous ways to recharge your batteries with Dunedin’s extensive entertainment offerings.
Chinese Garden is in the heart of the city and open 7 days a week. Dunedin Public Art Gallery is One of the New Zealand’s finest art museums, showcasing the best of local, national and international art.
The city’s main retail zone is centred around the George and the Princes Streets and is dotted with fashion boutiques.
Wall Street Mall and Meridian Shopping Centre are the two modern and dynamic retail centres that take on the traditional retail mall experience
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Otago is the second most southern region of New Zealand and known for its diversity. Its 32,000 square kilometres encompasses mountainous regions and vast open plains, glacier-fed rivers and deserted sandy beaches.
Important tourist activities at Otago can be found in Dunedin, Queenstown, Wanaka, Milford Sound, Oamaru, The Catlins, Central Otago (Alexandra, Clyde, Cromwell and Roxburgh) and South Otago. Please click here to know more about Otago.
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Come and explore Otago and you will never be disappointed.