Dunedin City and Otago Peninsula

Dunedin City and Otago Peninsula

  • Baldwin Street and Signal Hill Lookout

  • Dunedin Botanic Gardens and Aviary

  • Railway Station and Sports Hall of Fame, Octagon, and First Church

  • Rotary Park and Highcliff Road

  • Portobello and Macandrew Bay

  • St Kilda and St Clair Beaches

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  • Guided Tour of Dunedin City and the Peninsula

  • Incredible views of Otago Harbour, Otago Peninsula, and Dunedin city

  • Walk or drive up the steepest street in the world!

  • Beautiful scenic drive along the Peninsula Harbourside

  • Complimentary postcards of tour highlights

  • Great commentary from extremely knowledgeable and friendly local guides


Enjoy a packed tour around Dunedin and the start of the Otago Peninsula highlighting our outstanding scenery.

After your pickup at the iSite outside the Cruise Ship Terminal, we head up Junction Rd with great views of the harbour and peninsula, before heading back down in to Northeast Valley on the way to Baldwin Street - if you're feeling fit you can walk or run it!

Next stop is Signal Hill Lookout, with panoramic views of Otago Peninsula, Dunedin city and Pacific Ocean beyond.

From here we head down past through the top of the Botanic Gardens, on the way through to the central city and Octagon area, where you'll have time to stop for some photos and a look at some of the best historical architecture in New Zealand.

We'll drive past First Church in Moray Place on the way to the Dunedin Railway Station. This is the most photographed building in New Zealand, and we'll have a wander through the building and out on to the platform.

From the Railway Station, we drive to beautiful St Kilda and St Clair Beaches before driving up to Rotary Park on the peninsula for more superb views of the city and straight down Otago Harbour towards Aramoana and Taiaroa Heads.

We then carry on up Highcliff Rd, with stops at viewing points above Macandrew Bay and overlooking the Pacific Ocean, carrying on through Pukehiki and down in to the village of Portobello.

After a quick stop, we meander around the edge of the harbour, through Macandrew Bay before ending the tour either in the central city (where you can explore before making your own way back to the ship), or we can drop you back to the Cruise Ship Terminal.