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Dunedin travel guide

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You're Going to Love Dunedin

In many ways, Dunedin, a port town, still retains many of its Scottish and Gaelic roots, while embracing the unique foliage and culture of New Zealand. A university town with a strong historical memory and an ecological haven for rare species of wildlife, Dunedin will show you a place you never imagined existed.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Dunedin

When to Visit Dunedin

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Dunedin experiences snowfall every couple of years and does get cold and slick in the winters. January to May is the best time to visit as the sun is mostly out and temperatures range from 44 to 60.

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How to Get to Dunedin

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Where to Stay in Dunedin

Fletcher Lodge is a bed & breakfast with creature comforts galore. Guests who love economy ought to check into a suite at the Dunedin Leisure Lodge. Backpackers on a budget can't go wrong at Manor House Backpackers.

Popular Neighborhoods in Dunedin

Where to stay in popular areas of Dunedin

Most booked hotels in Dunedin

How to Get Around Dunedin

The Cost of Living in Dunedin

Shopping Streets

The Octagon and the area to its immediate north and south is where most of the Dunedin shops are clustered. Prince Street and Stuart Street also have smaller boutique stores.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk costs NZ$1.90 in Dunedin, while a dozen eggs costs approximately NZ$3.79.

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Where to Eat in Dunedin

Traditional Dunedin fare is traditional English isle fare: good ol' fish 'n' chips. But Dunedinites also love their farmers markets for fresh eats. Check out "bacon butties" at the Farmers Market for NZ$6 and then head to Best Cafe for a lunch of fresh oysters and fish 'n' chips that are crispy, not too greasy, and scrumptious for around NZ$30.