Dunedin is one of my favorite cities to visit, in between Queenstown and Christchurch I always find myself exploring this city.
It’s full of old gothic like buildings built 50 - 100 years ago, the culture in Dunedin is strong.
A small population city compared to the rest of the country, Dunedins attractions is in their old castles, mountain ranges and gauges, rail-ways and cathedrals.
The Taieri Gorge Railway day trip may be one of the most spectacular events I’ve ever been on, going through the Otago mountains and crossing over rivers - it’s a trip fit for all day selfies and photos of the amazing landmarks documenting your experience.
Larnach Castle is the crown jewel of the city, and with plenty of parking for your campervan hire there is no excuse not to come and view this Dunedin landmark, walking around the gardens and viewing its arts interior.
From the top lookout you can actually see out to the ocean on one side and central inland on the other - spectacular views on both sides.
Dunedin is a special city to travel in your campervan, it deserves every moment you can offer it.
When you leave Dunedin in your campervan hire, you’re spoiled for options.
North, you have Oamaru, Timaru, Ashburton and Christchurch - every single one full of adventures for you to enjoy.
To the West is Queestown, Wanaka & Hawea - each town filled with insane snow, wine and mountain adventures for you to explore in your camper.
To the South, is the almighty Bluff - the end of the world for little old New Zealand.
Go on intrepid traveler, it’s your choice now.