4 Day Discover Dunedin

4 Day Discover Dunedin

Stay in the grounds of a castle, explore the history and heritage of Dunedin.

A vibrant, architecturally splendid city framed by a magnificent harbour, Dunedin is the nature and heritage centre of New Zealand. It is widely regarded as the best preserved Victorian and Edwardian heritage city in the southern hemisphere.

Situated 500 metres from the Larnach Castle gate, is ‘Camp Estate’, a glamorous Country House, positioned on Castle land. The rooms are luxuriously decorated, with particular attention being paid to guest comfort. You have the opportunity to dine in one of the rooms at Larnach castle if you wish. Admission to the castle and gardens is included – visit them at your leisure.

Cruise the length of the beautiful Otago Harbour with Monarch Cruises. Enjoy a wildlife cruise experience with unrivalled viewing of the exciting diversity of wildlife which abounds on spectacular Taiaroa Head; the only mainland nesting place for Northern Royal Albatross in the world, and home to NZ fur seals, and eight other nesting bird species. You may also see, dolphins, sea lions and a fascinating array of rarely seen ocean birds including other species of albatross, penguins and marine mammals in their natural environment.

The Speight’s Brewery Tour is an award winning interactive and informative tour guided tour through an historic working brewery. You’ll see, smell, touch and taste the ingredients which go into making Speight’s beers and discover how Speight’s became a legend in the south. Learn about the antiquity of beer in Babylonian times, through to the introduction of beer in New Zealand and then the history of Speight’s Brewery, before entering the brewery itself to learn about our unique brewing process. No tour would be complete without sampling the fine product. Welcome to our brewery bar where you can pour your own and you will enjoy an appreciation session of six Speight’s beers.

Visit the stately home of Olveston House for a guided tour. Olveston is an eloquent expression of one man’s dream. A tour of Olveston allows an intimate glimpse of the lifestyle of a privileged family in the early 1900’s. It reflects a lifestyle enjoyed by just a few, but represents a most important piece in the mosaic of early New Zealand life as a whole. Visitors are very conscious of the family throughout the home, enjoying and experiencing the many treasures that were an integral part of the family’s day-to-day life. Olveston captures this lifestyle completely. There is no more accurate or definitive example in New Zealand.

Tour Info

Tour Name: 4 Day Discover Dunedin
From: Dunedin to Dunedin
Valid: May 18 - Mar 19
From (NZD) $1199 per person
Duration: 4 Days
Tour Code: SBDUD4H


3 nights’ accommodation at Camp Estate in the grounds of Larnach Castle
Full breakfasts daily
4 days rental of 1.8L Toyota Corolla or similar (other car categories available on request)
GPS Navigation unit
Unlimited kms and vehicle insurance (subject to an excess)
Half day wildlife tour and cruise with Monarch Cruises
Guided tour of Speights Brewery including tastings
Guided tour of Olveston House
Admission to Larnach Castle and gardens

Day by Day Tour Itinerary

Day 1

On arrival at Dunedin airport, collect your rental car and make your way to your accommodation on the Otago Peninsula. Explore Larnach Castle & Gardens.

Day 2

Morning wildlife cruise and tour. Afternoon guided tour of Speights Brewery and Olveston house.

Day 3

Day at leisure to further explore the area.

Day 4

Return your rental car to Dunedin airport in time for your onward flight

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4 Day Discover Dunedin
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Tour Code: SBDUD4H
From (NZD) $1199 per person
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Departures: May 18 - Mar 19

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