Dunedin’s natural and architectural highlights make it a popular destination for business events and conferences with a wow factor.
The city is surrounded by dramatic hills at the head of a spectacular harbour, which is home to an abundance of coastal wildlife including dolphins, seals and penguins. It’s also home to some of the best preserved Edwardian and Victorian architecture in the Southern Hemisphere.
The compact and lively city’s meeting and event spaces range from elegant heritage buildings to the super-modern Forsyth Barr Stadium, built for the Rugby World Cup 2011. There’s plenty of accommodation available too, with hundreds of rooms on offer in comfortable hotels and even on-site at some Dunedin conference venues.
Visitors can fly direct to Dunedin International Airport from Australia or arrive on domestic flights from New Zealand’s major centres.
Venues with theatre capacity for up to 2,800 people
30 km from airport to CBD
Southern charm and heritage architecture
Visit the historic University of Dunedin or encounter rare wildlife on the Otago Peninsula