Dunedin is located on the east coast of the South Island and is easily accessible for everyone. With regular daily flights from all major cities in New Zealand, and regular direct flights from Brisbane, Australia our connectivity internationally remains hassle free. But don’t just fly here, the South is best seen by road and we are easy to drive, bus, boat and even train to via one of the World’s Great Train Trips, the Taieri Gorge.
Dunedin boasts world class business events venues housed in heritage buildings where high tech meets Edwardian and Victorian architectural excellence. Dunedin offers a wide range of unique venues from the quirky and intimate, to the large and trade accommodating - you’ll find something for every requirement.
The recently refurbished Dunedin City and Town Hall is the city’s premier venue situated in the heart of the city located just minutes’ walk from supporting social event venues and the hotel precinct. The compact nature of Dunedin allows delegates to get a sense that the entire city is their venue, an experience not felt in the larger cities around the world.
Dunedin is ‘Gig City’ - the most connected city in the Southern Hemisphere, flying the flag for New Zealand’s transformation to becoming a gig nation. This combined with Dunedin’s strength and focus in the ICT and medical/health technology sectors presents new opportunities for conferences in the city. Dunedin also has a strong Arts and Culture scene highlighted by the recent designation of a UNESCO City of Literature status.
Experience boutique conference venues and hotels with a heritage flavour. Dunedin offers a variety of accommodation options for delegates from top quality motels and apartments through to world class hotels. It offers modern facilities with a unique twist as many of the city’s venues, hotels and restaurants are housed in stunning heritage buildings, all within an easy walk to the central city hub.
Dunedin is the only destination in New Zealand that provides cultural riches and architectural heritage, complemented by a natural
environment and rare wildlife all within an easy drive from central Dunedin.
The city is renowned for its proximity to incredible wildlife around the magnificent Otago Peninsula. Visit the world’s only mainland breeding colony of the Royal Albatross or view the world’s rarest penguin, the Yellow-eyed, all in their natural habitat and all accessible within a short drive from the city centre.
Dunedin is a landscape of striking intensity with many stunning beaches and dramatic cliffs. Our natural scenic beauty provides the
perfect backdrop for a world of recreational activities –golf, surfing, harbour cruises, salmon and fly fishing, nature and bush walks, cycling and mountain-biking.
Exquisite examples of Victorian and Edwardian architecture punctuate a compact cityscape with a vibrant culture reflected in an
eclectic array of curbside cafés, antiques stores and boutique fashion outlets.
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