Many recreational activities are available in Dunedin. See some of our favourite links below:

Taieri Gorge Train going over a bridge

Taieri Gorge Railway »
The Taieri Gorge Limited train is Dunedin's prestige tourist train operating from the historic Railway Station. Departing daily (except Christmas day) it takes you on a journey through the rugged and spectacular Taieri River Gorge, across wrought iron viaducts and through tunnels carved by hand more than 100 years ago.

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Elm Wildlife Tours »
Elm Wildlife Tours offer various tours of the Otago Coastline and in particular the Otago Peninsula. Have the chance to view close-up viewing of rare yellow eyed penguins, Hooker's sea lions, and NZ fur seals within their restricted wildlife conservation sanctuary, see albatross at Tairoa headland and other wildlife around Otago peninsula bay's and lagoons.

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Have a look at this site to learn more about the wonderful city we live in, things to do, and places to see!

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Trail Journeys »
Ride the fantastic Otago Central Rail Trail with support from bike hire through to guided tours and transport. There are many amazing views and rail experiences from tunnels to viaducts on what is the old Central Otago railway that has been transformed to a walking and biking track.

Sunset looking North on Otago Peninsula

Otago Peninsula »
The Otago Peninsula, stretching along the southern edge of the Otago harbour is an easy drive from central Dunedin. A wonderfully scenic drive will see you passing by lush green pastures, small bays and inlets, sandy beaches, rugged hills and volcanic landforms. So near to a major city centre, yet so far removed from the hectic pace of city living.

Dunedin iSITE Visitors Center puts you in the picture

Dunedin i-SITE Visitor Center »
A great place in the city center to checkout for up to date information for 'whats on' in and around the city for you to try out whilst you are here.

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Otago Settlers Museum »
This fantastic museum (with free entry) encompasses the colourful lives of our settlers - indigenous Maori, the early Chinese, and following waves of migrant groups – and their technological innovation, art, fashion, domestic life and transport. The museum has been closed recently for development work however this is due to be completed in the next couple of months.

Tenth hole at Chisolm Park Golf Course

Chisholm Park Golf Club »
Ranked as New Zealand's 21st best golf course, this 18 holed course with stunning beauty offers marvelous sea views and a great game for beginners to advance players. It plays to a par 71, measuring 5700 meters (6300yds). Only a 5 minute drive from Milton House, plus check out our news and reviews page for a great deal on a game of gold with your stay.