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Dunedin Accommodations Information

Accommodations in Dunedin

197

Accommodations Prices From

$90

Accommodations Reviews

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Travel high season

Dec - Feb

Travel low season

Jun - Aug

High season avg price

$197

Low season avg price

$171
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Season
Avg. price/night
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Avg. precipitation
Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
$226
HIGHEST
$83$372
Avg. temperature
-
Avg. precipitation
68mm
DRIEST
59 mm88 mm
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
$216
$83$372
Avg. temperature
-
Avg. precipitation
76mm
59 mm88 mm
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
$195
LOWEST
$83$372
Avg. temperature
-
Avg. precipitation
73mm
59 mm88 mm
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
$220
$83$372
Avg. temperature
-
Avg. precipitation
78mm
WETTEST
59 mm88 mm
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  • Toitū Otago Settlers Museum
    Toitū Otago Settlers Museum is a museum of social history dedicated to telling the story of the people of Dunedin and the surrounding area, whose character, culture, technology, art, fashion and transport shaped New Zealand’s first great city. Its fourteen themed galleries feature interactive displays and powerful narratives tracing the human history of the area, from the earliest settlers to the most recent arrivals.Captivating exhibitions are complemented by an on site shop and café. A well-equipped research centre and archive is available for those interested in genealogy and other aspects of local history.
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  • Olveston Historic Home
    A 'must visit' for lovers of art, heritage and history, Olveston is lavishly furnished with exotic artefacts, prized artworks, antique furniture, ceramics and statues from around the world. The 35-room Edwardian mansion was designed for a one of Dunedin's most prominent businessmen, philanthropists and collectors during the early 1900s. The house was gifted to the people of Dunedin in 1966, fully furnished with the original contents, Olveston is a time capsule as little has changed inside the house since it was occupied as a family home. The house and its 'Garden of National Significance', within the city's Green Belt, can be experienced at 42 Royal Terrace, within walking distance of Dunedin's Octagon. Entry inside the house is by guided tour only (1 hour, max. 15 People per group). Tours commence daily at: 9.30am, 10.45am, 12 noon, 1.30pm, 2.45pm and 4pm. Group bookings available at a time to suit the group - available on request. Tours are conducted in English. Mandarin, Cantonese, German, French, Japanese and Dutch speaking guides are available for groups on request. The gardens, listed as a New Zealand Gardens Trust 'Garden of National Significance' and the gift shop are open daily and free to the public.
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  • Otago Peninsula
    The Otago Peninsula is a long, hilly indented finger of land that forms the easternmost part of Dunedin, New Zealand. Volcanic in origin, it forms one wall of the eroded valley that now forms Otago Harbour. The peninsula lies south-east of Otago Harbour and runs parallel to the mainland for 20 km, with a maximum width of 9 km. It is joined to the mainland at the south-west end by a narrow isthmus about 1.5 km wide.
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  • Speight’s Brewery
    A true icon of the South, we are the oldest continually operating Brewery in New Zealand, and the only site to have an historic Brew Floor and state of the art Brewery housed within the same location. After an extensive remodel in 2017 we are now excited to be able to offer a range of Tour packages to suit our diverse market - we can cater for groups of up to 40, as well as individual travelers and those wishing to experience a private tour. Our standard tours are approximately 45 minutes in duration, followed by up to 30 minutes tasting a range of beer and cider. The Speight’s Brewery is the spiritual home of New Zealand’s biggest beer brand, attracting over 25,000 visitors per year to experience the “Pride of the South”; as one if Dunedin’s most popular tourist attractions we are looking forward to welcoming you to our iconic experience. Good on ya mate
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  • Larnach Castle & Gardens
    Discover New Zealand’s only Castle, built 1871 by William Larnach, merchant baron and politician, for his beloved first wife Eliza. It took more than 200 workmen three years to build the Castle shell and master European craftsmen spent a further 12 years embellishing the interior. Larnach spared no expense on his dream home, which features the finest materials from around the world.The Castle is still privately owned and cared for by the Barker family who purchased it as their home in 1967. Decades have been spent on the Castle's restoration, with the family having restored empty buildings from ruin and assembled a large collection of original New Zealand period furniture and antiques. Open to the public throughout, this conservation project has been funded through admission fees. The family has always been committed to opening their home and sharing this significant period of Dunedin and New Zealand's history.Scandalous and tragic stories, spectacular tower views and a Garden of International Significance complete this enjoyable award-winning experience. Boutique Lodge accommodation is available in the Castle gardens. Weddings, Balls, Conferences and Celebrations are held in the beautiful 3000 square foot Ballroom. High Tea is also now served daily in the Ballroom at 3pm
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  • The Royal Albatross Centre
    The only chance to see... the world's only mainland Royal Albatross Breeding Colony. A unique experience to access the nature reserve to see giant albatross court, mate, raise their chicks and show off their three metre wingspans. Taiaroa Head/Pukekura is alive with wildlife species, many of them scarce nesting seabirds. Our jewel in the crown is the Northern Royal Albatross. Experience it for yourself by taking a guided tour through the Nature Reserve into the viewing Observatory. The 2012 latest Lonely Planet publication "1000 Ultimate Sights" features the Royal Albatross Centre alongside the Taj Mahal and Grand Canyon. They say of us: Here at one of New Zealand's hottest attractions the draw card is the bird life. Taiaroa Head is the site of the world's only mainland royal albatross breeding ground, where you can observe the spectacle of the albatrosses with wingspans of up to 3m coming in to land like a succession of 747s. The Royal Albatross Centre is located on the tip of the Otago Peninsula, about a 45 minute drive from Dunedin. We are operated by the Otago Peninsula Trust, a charitable trust formed in 1967 for the protection of the local natural environment. The Nature Reserve on Taiaroa Head is managed by the Department of Conservation. Taiaroa Head is also famous in New Zealand history. From a small Maori camp in the 1300s to a fortified pa where the Treaty of Waitangi was signed in 1840; from a wooden flagstaff to 1864 lighthouse to radar entrance for Otago Harbour; from an 1880s underground fortress to a large defence base in WWII. Taiaroa Head is today a Nature Reserve and an iconic wildlife attraction.
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  • Dunedin Botanic Garden
    The Dunedin Botanic Garden is New Zealand's first botanic garden and holds the status of six star Garden of International Significance. ArbNet, the global network for tree-focussed professionals, has accredited the Botanic Garden as level III. The Camellia Collection is rated as a Garden of Excellence by the International Camellia Society. The Botanic Garden celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2013, marking its position as New Zealand's first botanic garden. It occupies 30.4 hectares in North Dunedin at an altitude of 25 - 85 metres above sea level. The Garden has hill views from sunny lawns, more than 6,800 plant species and the song of wild native bellbirds, wood pigeons and tui. Its wide range of horticultural and botanical collections includes roses, the herbaceous and perennial borders, a rock garden, New Zealand native plants and four hectares of Rhododendron Dell with more than 3,000 rhododendrons. An important aspect of The New Zealand Native plant collection is the cultivation of rare and endangered native plant species. The geographic plant collections are an expression of the Victorian penchant for collection and growing plants from all around the world and displaying them in related groups. This collection has plants from temperate climates of North Asia, the South, Central and North Americas, Southern Africa, the Himalayas and the Mediterranean.
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  • Tunnel Beach Track
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Frequently Asked Questions about Dunedin hotels

Scenic Hotel Dunedin City, The Victoria Hotel Dunedin, and Quest Dunedin are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Dunedin Railway Station. See the full list: Hotels near Dunedin Railway Station.

Popular hotels close to Larnach Castle & Gardens include Portobello Motel Cottages, Larnach Castle Lodge, and Camp Estate at Larnach Castle. See the full list: Hotels near Larnach Castle & Gardens.

Popular hotels close to Dunedin Airport include Longbourne Lodge Motel, Mosgiel Regency Motel, and Bella Vista Mosgiel Motel. See the full list: Hotels near Dunedin Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near The Royal Albatross Centre are Portobello Motel Cottages, Larnach Castle Lodge, and Camp Estate at Larnach Castle. See the full list: Hotels near The Royal Albatross Centre.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Dunedin are Longbourne Lodge Motel, Bella Vista Dunedin, and Esplanade Motel & Apartments. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Dunedin.

Popular cheap hotels in Dunedin include Aurora on George, The Victoria Hotel Dunedin, and Ocean Beach Hotel. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Dunedin.

Beechwood Boutique Accommodation, Bluestone on George, and Aurora on George all received great reviews from families travelling in Dunedin. See the full list: Family Hotels Dunedin.

Popular hotels by the beach in Dunedin include Majestic Mansions - Apartments at St Clair, Hotel St Clair, and Esplanade Motel & Apartments. See the full list: Dunedin Beach Hotels.

Beechwood Boutique Accommodation, Bluestone on George, and EBB-DUNEDIN received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in Dunedin. See the full list: Romantic Hotels Dunedin.

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