Hit Lab NZ

The HIT Lab NZ at the University of Canterbury is a leading center for Human Interface Technology, and Augmented Reality development and research. More than 40 staff and students are conducting research in a wide range of areas including Visualization, Next Generation Teleconferencing, Augmented Reality and Interaction Design. Augmented Reality (AR) is a new technology [...]

Forsyth Barr Stadium

With the capacity for 30,000 avid fans, Forsyth Barr Stadium is New Zealand’s largest indoor arena and the only fully-roofed, natural turf stadium. The multi-purpose facility is Dunedin’s major sporting and events venue, capable of hosting a wide range of music, entertainment, cultural and sporting events, conferences and meetings. Ensuring the experience for spectators, players [...]

City Walks | Athol Parks

Quality guided heritage walks through Dunedin’s Old Town and University quarters. City Walks is a small enterprise with an important mission: to share with you the essence of this charming little city that is Dunedin. We have a maximum group size of 10 people, to ensure that the time you spend with us is special.  [...]

Hocken Collections, Uare Taoka o Hākena, University of Otago

The Hocken, which has been open to the public since 1910, is now considered one of New Zealand’s foremost research collections. Located on the University of Otago’s Dunedin campus, the building contains a closed-stack library and a gallery where a dynamic programme of exhibitions showcase collection items. The Hocken collects material relating to the history [...]

Otago Settlers Museum

Established in 1898, the Otago Settlers Museum stands as one of New Zealand’s most significant social history museums, founded to mark the 50th anniversary of the settling of Dunedin. Located south of the Dunedin Railway Station it is an important part of the historic Queens Gardens precinct. In 2008, work began on a $38m building [...]

The Southern Heritage Trust

The Southern Heritage Trust is devoted to the appreciation and protection of Otago’s social, cultural, architectural and industrial heritage. In particular we research and publish heritage materials we set up and maintain heritage websites we collaborate with other agencies, groups and individuals in heritage activities we take upon ourselves an advocacy role in heritage matters [...]

Temple Gallery

Temple Gallery, a leading fine art dealer gallery founded by Peter Duncan and Victoria Timpany. Temple Gallery started its life in 1864 as a Jewish synagogue, the southernmost in the world and now the oldest such building in New Zealand. For 111 years, from 1881 to 1992, it was a Masonic Hall, the meeting place [...]

The Distiller

Connect. Collaborate. Create. Repeat. The Distiller is a cluster of technopreneurs based in Dunedin founded by Jason Leong, Pierre-Emmanuel De La Bussiere, Tim Calder, James Wigglesworth and Francois Bondiguel. The Distiller aims to help entrepreneurs bring their ideas to fruition by providing an environment that encourages progress through knowledge sharing, networking, and cross-inspiration.

Presbyterian Support

Presbyterian Support provides a wide range of services to people across Otago. Family Works services help children and families in need and give them the skills for lasting change in their lives. We have seven rest homes and hospitals and a range of independent living options available including the brand-new Wanaka Retirement Village. Older people [...]

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