Iconic Tours specialise in small group tours and venue transfers around Dunedin and the Otago Peninsula as well as the rest of Otago, Mt Cook and throughout the South Island. We pride ourselves on our flexible tour options and friendly service. Come
36 Adderley Terrace, Ravensbourne, Dunedin
Awesome Tours takes you to those special places that you’ve always wanted to visit. Based in New Zealand’s stunning South Island, Awesome Tours introduces you to those out-of-the-way places the locals love and that large coach tours seldom reach.
1 Mannering Street, Waverley, Dunedin
Guided heritage walks showcasing Dunedin's Victorian and Edwardian architecture and colourful social history. The essential introduction to Dunedin.
The Octagon, Dunedin
Hair Raiser Ghost Tours is Dunedin's original, authentic ghost tour company and has proven to be the cities premier night attraction.
Join your local guide as he takes you on a journey through the snickleways of
haunted Victorian Dunedin.
110 moray pl, Dunedin
New Zealands only Castle offers an insight into a wealthy Victorian lifestyle, complete with scandal and suicide.
Camp Road, Otago Peninsula, Dunedin
35 room historic mansion complete with original contents. Enter another world on a one hour guided tour. six daily tours. Groups welcome by special arrangement.
42 Royal Tce, Inner City, Dunedin
The Speight's Tour is an award winning, informative and interactive tour through a historic working brewery . This is fully guided and takes 90 minutes including tasting.
200 Rattray Street, Dunedin
Scenic and historic rail journeys departing from Dunedin. Optional coach connections to Queenstown available.
Dunedin Railway Station, Anzac Square, Dunedin
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.
31 Queens Gardens, CBD, Dunedin
The Waikouaiti Coast Heritage Centre is both a regional museum and an information center. It is located in a beautifully preserved 1860s historic building showing how life was lived in the days of the early settlers.
200 Main Road, Waikouaiti