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Top things to do in Dunedin?
Visit Dunedin and uncover the rich heritage of this southern city where its gothic style buildings are framed with vibrant street art throughout the city.
Gothic buildings meet vibrant street art
Amongst the gothic style buildings that Dunedin is famous for is a contrast of vibrant street art to be discovered around almost every corner. Putting Dunedin on the global street art map these amazing murals will leave you in awe and give you the prime opportunity for a cheeky snap to chuck up on the Gram.
Check out the locals
Get up close and personal with some of the locals down on the Dunedin coast. Take a tour with Natures Wonders and head out on an all terrain vehicle and experience the rugged coastline and the wildlife that inhabit the south. Experience up close Yellow-Eyed and Blue penguins in their natural habitat, see fur seals basking in the Dunedin sun and take in the spectacular panoramic views.
The water may be cold, however Dunedin is home to some of the best surf in the country, some may say it's the Bali of NZ (just bring your full head to toe wetsuit). With a number of breaks around the region you'll find something for every level of surfer.
Not ready to throw up a shakka bra yet? Dunedin's beaches are also great for all the non surfers out there. Head down to St Clair Beach where the promenade is lined with cafes and restaurants. St Clair is also home to an open air seaside salt water pool similar to the ones lining the east coast of Sydney.
Looking to wet your whistle?
Head down to Emerson's and grab a flight of beers and take your taste buds on journey through the mind of master brewer Richard Emerson.
You can't visit Dunedin without grabbing a pint of Speight's, the pride of the south. Brewed from a natural spring beneath the brewery, the Speight's Brewery in Dunedin is one of the only gravity fed breweries left in the world.