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House of Spirits in Sunny Dunedin
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Nature Gallery Museum
  • $471/hr
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Spacious and Well Kept Bed & Breakfast
  • $230/hr
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Stunning Historic Mansion with Garden Venue
  • $400/hr
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A Naturally Lit Gym Space in Dunedin
  • $275/hr
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Beautiful Science Gallery Museum
  • $471/hr
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Tropical Forest Museum
  • $471/hr
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Conference Center in Dunedin
  • $20/hr
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People of the World Gallery Museum
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Eco retreat on the hillside overlooking Ocean
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for locations in Dunedin?
Booking prices vary with the property type, features, and rental length, but rates generally range from $20 to $706 per hour for spaces in Dunedin.
What is the most popular attendee range in Dunedin?
Group size varies with the type of event or activity, but 1-5 people is a popular range in Dunedin.
What is the average hourly minimum for locations in Dunedin?
The average minimum booking time is 3 hours for locations in Dunedin.
What is the average square feet of locations in Dunedin?
There's a great range of spaces in Dunedin, with an average size of 3713 square feet.
What are the most popular locations in Dunedin?
How many locations are available for rent in Dunedin?
There are currently 17 locations available in Dunedin.
Which location types are most popular in Dunedin?
Dunedin is a popular spot for Event Space, Gallery and Museum locations.
How many location types are available in Dunedin?
Right now, there are at least 13 of different types of locations in Dunedin.
How do I book a Dunedin location on Giggster?
When you find the right venue, you can connect with the host to get additional info and work out the details. Once everything is all set, you can book and pay for the location in a couple of clicks. Learn more about booking locations.
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About Dunedin

Within the lush landscape of New Zealand, Dunedin is a shining example of both natural beauty and cultural legacy. This historic city's Victorian and Edwardian architecture reflects a blend of Māori and Scottish heritage. Located at the center is the octagonal plaza, which is a tribute to the city's careful planning and dedication to public spaces. Its majestic design perfectly incorporates event venues.

The geology of Dunedin, with its undulating hills and untamed Otago coastline, creates a weather mosaic where sunlight and sea breeze work together to produce a moderate climate. The city is a magnet for artists and filmmakers as well as historians captivated by its historical tales. Its urban charm and natural beauty make it one of the most fantastic places for picture and film shoots.

A colorful tapestry of arts and culture is woven by the academic institutions that pulsate through Dunedin's academic vein. The city's features are not just charming; they also provide a unique setting for unforgettable events and storytelling.

Attractions in Dunedin

Dunedin, nestled at the head of Otago Harbour on New Zealand's South Island, boasts a wealth of attractions that beckon travelers from far and wide. With its rich history, breathtaking landscapes, and vibrant cultural scene, Dunedin presents an array of top attractions that can cater to all tastes.

  • Otago Museum
    The Otago Museum has displays ranging from Maori artifacts to a tropical butterfly rainforest, providing a window into the natural and cultural legacy of the area. Beyond its vast collection, the museum has cemented its reputation in popular culture by presenting events such as the New Zealand International Science Festival, which serves as a gathering place for the scientifically and intellectually inclined.

  • Larnach Castle & Gardens
    Famed for its Victorian architecture and beautifully manicured gardens, Larnach Castle & Gardens provide a glimpse into New Zealand's colonial past. This historic home has also caught the eye of filmmakers, serving as a picturesque backdrop in movies, thus offering visitors a touch of cinematic splendor amidst its stately walls.

  • The Royal Albatross Centre
    The Royal Albatross Center is one of the most exciting places to visit in Dunedin. It is perched on the rocky coast. Not only does it have amazing views and close meetings with beautiful seabirds, but it has also been used in documentaries that show off New Zealand's amazing wildlife and natural beauty.

  • Baldwin Street
    Baldwin Street, which is known as the world's steepest private street by Guinness World Records, is a famous part of Dunedin's charm. This odd landmark is now the site of events like the annual Cadbury Jaffa Race, which adds a quirky touch to the city's already full schedule of events.

  • Dunedin Railway Station
    The Dunedin Railway Station, a masterpiece of Edwardian Baroque design, is a piece of beauty and a transportation center. Because of its magnificence, it is a popular venue for festivals and cultural events all year long, cementing its standing as a well-liked symbol of Dunedin.

Production Locations in Dunedin

Dunedin is a vibrant hub that boasts an impressive array of production locations, appealing to filmmakers from across the globe. With its rich tapestry of landscapes and architectural wonders, the city makes for an idyllic and practical backdrop to a multitude of cinematic projects.

  • Urban Drama
    The bustling streets of Dunedin have lent their authentic touch to contemporary films like "Uproar", serving as a living stage where narratives unfurl amidst the city's lively atmosphere. The urban landscape offers an enticing blend of modern and historic facades — a diverse playground for productions seeking the quintessential appearance of city life, replete with its dynamic pulse and inherent drama.

  • Oceanic Tales
    Set against the dramatic vistas that Dunedin provides, the film "The Light Between Oceans" (2014) capitalized on the haunting allure of local sites, including the nuanced structure of the former Dunedin Prison. This variegated selection of locales is well equipped to host sizeable endeavors, allowing for the replication of varying periods and settings, from untamed shores to commanding edifices, echoing tales as boundless as the ocean itself.

  • Academic Horrors
    The hallowed halls and verdant quads of the University of Otago became a chilling playground for "Black Christmas". The university's grounds and architecture offer a prestigious and versatile canvas for creators crafting narratives set within academic bastions, adding an air of solemnity and time-honored grandeur to any scene.

  • Rural Retreats
    Stepping outside the city limits, you are surrounded by gently sloping hillsides and rural areas typical of Dunedin's periphery. These country hideaways entice people looking to escape the busy city scenes. They provide serene settings perfect for small-scale independent films or scenarios that call for a little serenity and scenic beauty.

  • Wilderness Adventures
    The wild and dense forests that encircle the city should not be disregarded; they are ready to serve as the backdrop for epic adventure stories or contemplative nature documentaries. Trembling with life, these vast cathedrals of nature promise an amazing palette of light and shadow that can turn any narrative into a visual ode to the wild.

Event and Meeting Venues in Dunedin

There are many significant event and meeting locations in Dunedin, making it easy to locate the right place for your event. From small parties to large conferences, these distinctive facilities can accommodate any occasion. Each location is as varied as its happenings.

  • Historic Homes
    These homes are steeped in Dunedin's rich history and offer a classy setting for smaller, more personal events. With their classic Victorian or Edwardian designs, these homes can give you a look into the city's past. This makes them great for cultural events, small wedding parties, or private club meetings. Features: antique furniture, decor from the time period, and peaceful parks.

  • Reverent Churches
    A large number of Dunedin's old churches serve as breathtaking locations for events. Their roomy naves and elaborate stained glass windows create an imposing atmosphere for talks, concerts, and neighborhood get-togethers. Features: Magnificent aisles, calm atmosphere, and excellent acoustics.

  • Modern Meeting Venues
    With the most up-to-date audiovisual equipment and flexible seating options, these rooms are perfect for business meetings, seminars, and training. They can handle any business event of any size and make it easier for people to meet each other and work together. Features: Modern conference rooms, flexible areas, and on-site food service are all available.

  • Gastronomic Restaurants
    Private dining rooms and bespoke service are available from Dunedin's diverse eateries for gatherings where food is the main attraction. Perfect for rehearsal dinners, tastings, or even workshops on cuisine, these spaces combine elegant dining with a friendly vibe. Features include personalized menus, cozy sitting configurations, and elegant décor.

  • Innovative Creative Spaces
    Dunedin has a variety of unique venues, including galleries, renovated industrial lofts, and waterfront pavilions that can accommodate both formal and casual parties. They offer a blank canvas for guests to create memorable events ranging from art exhibitions and fashion shows to product launches. Features include open-plan layouts, interesting backdrops, and indoor-outdoor flow.