Industrial Waters 2019  • 10–12 April 2019 • Dunedin

Industrial Waters 2019 welcomes you to Dunedin

Dunedin is located on the South East coast of the South Island. It is a city nestled in tree-clad hills at the head of a spectacular harbour. Dunedin is the main centre of, and the gateway to, the Otago region. Population – 123,000 (student population 25,000). Dunedin is New Zealand's second-largest city by area and arguably the most spectacular in terms of contrasting landscapes.

Across Otago Harbour and Peninsula, or the majestic sweeps along the sandy beaches of St Clair, to the stunning little “secret places” such as Tunnel Beach and the haunting rocky tors and tussock of Middlemarch, our hinterland and the starting point for the Otago Central Rail Trail. The seaside settlements of Karitane and Port Chalmers provide the perfect setting to escape the city for the day.

Click here to visit the Dunedin Visitor Information page and check out the following pages for further things to do in and around Dunedin:

Dunedin A-Z Guide
Dunedin See & Do
Autumn in Dunedin

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Things to do in dunedin

Entertainment

• Hair Raiser Ghost walk ($35)
• Speight’s Tour ($30)

Gardens/Walks

• Dunedin Botanic Garden
• Dunedin Chinese Garden ($9.50-$21)
• Lovers Leap and The Chasm
• Ross Creek
• Heritage Trails

Culture

• Dunedin Public Art Gallery
• Otago Museum
• Toitū Otago Settlers Museum
• Gasworks Museum

Beaches

• St Clair
• Aramoana Beach and The Mole
• Victory Beach and the Pyramids
• Blueskin Bay
• Tunnel Beach
• Long Beach
• Sandfly Bay

Architecture

• Larnarch Castle
• Olveston House
• St Paul's Cathedral
• First Church
• Dunedin Railway Station
• Dunedin Street Art Trail