Central Dunedin Attractions and Activities
Central Dunedin has many tourist attractions and travel activities with something to suit all ages, tastes and budgets. From adventure to a relaxing day out, you need never be bored in Central Dunedin.
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Mobile-friendly - New Zealand's best wildlife tour—visit one of the world's few untouched areas with its amazing wildlife and spectacular scenery. Our 'Peninsula Encounter' is absolutely unrivalled offering close, exciting, small group viewing of royal albatross, hookers sealions, blue penguins, New Zealand fur seals and yellow eyed penguins in a beautiful isolated area. New Zealand Tourism Award winner in four categories.
Make your visit to Dunedin special with a tour on Experience Dunedin's V8 trike. Be whisked away in style to enjoy uninterrupted views of Dunedin's beautiful scenery. The trike is fitted with heated bucket seats and seat belts to make sure that you are comfortable and safe during your tour.
Mobile-friendly - Experience Dunedin's wildlife and natural heritage. Join our expert guides, Lyndon Perriman who has 30 years conservation experience working with albatross, penguins, cormorants, seals and sea lions, and James Karawana, of Te Arawa and Ngāti Porou descent, who will provide a wealth of Māori cultural insight.
Mobile-friendly - iBike Hire, the latest bikes delivered to you for FREE. Mountain bikes, full suspension, electric bikes and kids bikes. Ride Otago Peninsula, Otago Rail Trail, Nicols Creek, Whare Flat and Signal Hill.
Leap & Clip 'N Climb Dunedin brings two fantastic activities together in one location. Over 54 trampolines including separate dodgeball court and basketball hoops; an awesome place to have fun and expend energy. Clip 'n Climb is an action packed activity with themed challenges providing active entertainment for preschoolers to young at heart. Located near the Oval. Free car park.
Each Saturday morning thousands of people flock to the Dunedin Railway Station north car park to purchase local food directly from the people who made it. Our customers love the friendly atmosphere, the fresh produce, and the bargains that can always be found. 8am – 12.30pm every Saturday, don’t miss it!
The Toitū Otago Settlers Museum traces the lives of Otago settlers – indigenous Maori, the early Chinese, and following waves of migrant groups – and their technological innovation, art, fashion, domestic life and transport.
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