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Dunedin, the pride of the South.

Dunedin is the stately Scottish-influenced city in New Zealand’s south. Many of its street names are the same as those in Edinburgh, it has erected at its centre a statue of Robbie Burns, and it has the country’s only honest-to-goodness castle. It is also a student city, home to the University of Otago. Winters are cold and summers are warm, and the city’s residents are very friendly, if a little rowdy when it comes to the students. Dunedin’s CBD is located right at the head of the long and skinny Otago harbour, and the suburbs spread along its sides. The central city is based around the Octagon- a geometrically quirky town square with eight sides, as its name suggests. This is the focus for shopping and entertainment in the city, and the Town Hall opens onto it. The University, which is in many ways Dunedin’s lifeblood, is not far from the Octagon The Portobello Road hugs the coast of the Otago Peninsula and leads to some of the pretty waterside communities, including Portobello which has a strong nautical history. Another gem amongst Dunedin’s suburbs is Baldwin Street, the world’s steepest street with a slope of 19 degrees at its steepest point. Larnach Castle can be found in the southern suburbs, and for a real southern kiwi experience, many visitors head to the Speight’s brewery which churns out “the Southern Man’s beer.” Dunedin is a great place to start to experience the deep south of New Zealand. There is plenty to do in the city, and plenty more to do once you head out of town into the rolling hills!

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