11
Top Tourist Attractions
in Dunedin

1. Larnach Castle

It was built in the late 1800s by William Larnach, a rich banker who gained his fortune during the gold rush in Otago.

2. Otago Museum

With a great collection of art and valued artefacts, the Tangata Whenua galleries focus on the life of the Maori people of the South Island.

3. Dunedin Botanic Garden

The Rhododendron Dell, located in the southeast portion of the garden, spans four hectares and has over 3,000 blossoms.

4. Toitu Otago Settlers Museum

It tells the narrative of Otago's people, from the first Maori to the settlers who flocked here during the Otago gold rush in the 19th century, 

5. Taiaroa Head & The Royal Albatross Centre

Taiaroa Head, with its excellent wildlife reserve and Royal Albatross Centre, is located near the extremity of the Otago Peninsula.

6. Dunedin Public Art Gallery

Taiaroa Head, with its excellent wildlife reserve and Royal Albatross Centre, is located near the extremity of the Otago Peninsula.

7. Dunedin Railway Station

George Troup, who incorporated Neo-Gothic design flourishes into the building, designed Dunedin's stunning Railway Station in Edwardian Baroque style in 1904.

8. Port Chalmers

The deep-water harbor of Port Chalmers, 12 kilometers north of Dunedin, is named after Dr. Thomas Chalmers, one of the founders of the Free Church of Scotland.

9. Olveston Historic Home

David Theomin, an avid collector and local philanthropist, built this historic property in 1906 as his family's residence.

10. Tunnel Beach

A tunnel was hand-hewn out of the rock down to the small hidden beach during the 1870s, enabling simple access.

11. Signal Hill

The trek up to Signal Hill (393 meters) offers spectacular views over Otago Harbour and the city.

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