Young, fun-seeking travellers
Multiple choice - Dunedin spoils you for choice!
The city hums with a fashion and design vibe, some of the country’s best known fashion labels (Nom*d, Tanya Carlson, Charmaine Reveley Company of Strangers) are Dunedin-based or founded and are proudly celebrated each year with the internationally acknowledged iD Dunedin Fashion Week. The compact nature of the city centre makes for easy walking around the shopping district, with plenty of cafe refuelling stops along the way. You will struggle to get more consistent surf anywhere in New Zealand, than Dunedin’s pristine beaches and the geography of the region is perfectly suited to mountain-biking, with some challenging tracks through incredible landscapes. Dunedin’s vibrant student culture brings a constant stream of gigs to town, Orientation Week alone in February attracts big name acts and thousands of visitors to the city. With more bars and restaurants per capita than anywhere else in NZ, there is never a dull moment, with financially attractive (read really cheap) eating establishments aplenty and plenty of music venues to wash it down. Proud sporting heritage plays host to fine international events in the fields of cricket and rugby, with the All Black vs Springboks Test later in the year and the Black Caps vs England bringing the Barmy Army to town in March 2013. Dunedin is the perfect playground for young, fit, fashion-focused, fun-seeking travellers.