Dunedin Visitor Centre i-SITE
The i-SITE Dunedin Visitor Centre is open 365 days a year. They
provide extensive local and national information as well as a booking
service for our visitors and residents.
If you are a new operator in Dunedin and have not yet registered with the Dunedin Visitor Centre, they may not be aware of your business and, more importantly, visitors may not be aware of your business.
Please register by completing a "Form for All New Operators" as well as a Form for one of the following: "Tour/Attraction", "Retail", "Transport", "Accommodation", "Dining", or "Rental" Operator, whichever is relevant to your operation.
You can download the forms here, or you may request them from the Dunedin Visitor Centre, please return completed forms to the Dunedin Visitor Centre directly (see contact details below).
Phone: 03 474 3300
PO Box 5045, Moray Place, Dunedin 9058 New Zealand
20 Princes Street, Dunedin
Registration Forms for the Dunedin i-SITE
What services does the Dunedin i-SITE offer?
The Dunedin Visitor centre provides knowledgeable and impartial information on a complete range of attractions, accommodation, sightseeing and transport options available.
They have a comprehensive database of accommodation, transportation, attractions and services for Dunedin and coastal Otago as well as on the Southern South Island region and North Island enquiries.
Maps and brochures
The Visitor Centre stocks brochures on Dunedin's attractions and activities. This service costs $x per annum. Please enquire about this service directly with the i-SITE.
The Visitor Centre also has an extensive range of track, walking and road maps which includes detailed information on the Dunedin and Coastal Otago Walks, the Central Otago Rail Trail, the Southern Scenic Route, Fiordland National Park, Stewart Island and much more!
Location map for the Dunedin i-SITE