We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Ignite the senses with a trip to Cadbury World Dunedin! Discover the magic of Cadbury when you join us on the Cadbury World 1 hour experience which includes: -The visitors centre -Sensory experience (including chocolate tempering demonstration...more
All reviews free chocolate liquid chocolate chocolate lovers love chocolate working factory the chocolate making process our tour guide great tour cadbury tour gift shop cruise ship new zealand freebies chocoholic manufacturing cafe wonka
Well they will show you how Cadbury chocolates of different types and flavors are made out side the main factory in secluded areas specified for this purpose. You do not get to see the inside of the factory. it is a tour almost boring except...More
This was the first time I've been to Cadbury World even though I had heard about it but always ran out of time when I was in Dunedin. It's well-worth the visit and the guide was very knowledgeable and I left with a bag of...More
Cadbury World has closed. The entire site where the factory was (including Cadbury World) has been sold - the proposed new hospital will be built here.
If you are determined to have a chocolate experience, check out Ocho.
Unfortunately, as the Cadbury factory in Dunedin was part of the Kraft or now Mondelez global corporation, it was deemed to be expendable with the loss of between 350 to 400 jobs. Production from Dunedin was taken to Melbourne and the Dunedin factory ceased operations...More
To be honest you learn more about the history of the plant/factory and chocolate from exploring the Cadbury ‘Museum’ exhibition where participants congregate before each tour.
The tour itself was more about having your bag filled with a choc snack at regular intervals as you...More
Imagine letting the Cadbury factory close down. Yep the main base is now in Australia because of financial reasons . What a disgrace for Dunedin. It was always a must see attraction for people all around the world.
On a stopover in Dunedin we explored the city and stumbled across the chocolate factory, and because the price of a tour is reasonable thought we’d give it a go. Whilst waiting for the tour to start there’s a few information boards and videos to...More