Chipmunks Playland Dunedin
Welcome to Chipmunks, the indoor children’s adventure playground and café. Chipmunks is the ultimate place for children up to 11 years to go for entertainment and educational purposes. Our playland primarily consists of specialised play equipment of an extremely high standard, with protective matting and padding. We also have mazes, inflatable slides, flying fox, play stations, ball pools and a separate area for under 3s.
Bowl Line Ten Pin Bowling
We provide 18 lanes of fun family entertainment for the young and the young at heart. All lanes have automatic bumpers for the young and those that are bowling challenged so no more gutter balls! We also provide lighter weight bowling balls to suit children, fully automated scoring, cafe and licensed bar and toilets on-site. Plenty of parking - open from 11.30am till late - an ideal outing the whole family can enjoy!
Welcome to Penguin Place, home of the Yellow-Eyed Penguin Conservation Reserve. Every penguin here has a personality: each is banded with a metal ring around the right flipper and they all have names. Each is thus known to us, each is protected individually and each life story is recorded. In the colony, the penguins are offered nest boxes that provide them with shelter, shade and the privacy they require for successful breeding, while allowing them to come and go to and from the ocean, enjoying a natural habitat.
Taieri Gorge Railway
This is one of the world's spectacular, scenic rail trips! Departing daily from Dunedin's historic railway station, this half-day return trip takes you through the rugged and spectacular Taieri River Gorge, across wrought iron viaducts and through tunnels carved by hand more than 100 years ago. Children love the ride and our friendly staff help to make the trip exciting. Plus one child travels free with each paying adult!
Royal Albatross Colony
The Royal Albatross Colony at Taiaroa Head, on the tip of the Otago Peninsula, New Zealand, is the only mainland breeding colony for any albatross species found in the southern hemisphere. The first Taiaroa-reared albatross chick flew in 1938 and this now protected nature reserve has grown into an established colony with a population of around 140 birds. Visitors to the Royal Albatross Centre can view the interpretative wildlife displays, learn of the historical use of the area and experience the famous Unique Taiaroa guided tours. Lots of interactive exhibits for the kids, toy box on-site, cafe, toilets, babychange facilities and family-friendly staff.
Hare Hill Horse Treks
Hare Hill offers horse riding suitable for the beginner right through to the more advanced rider. Treks range from 1 1/2 hours to half or full day, or overnight. Views from our property and throughout our treks are just breathtaking - you'll overlook the peninsula, Otago harbour and easter Otago coastline as you follow the farmland and bush trails above Port Chalmers. We’ll make sure your family is looked after and choose a horse and ride to match your ability and confidence. Kids' and adults' boots, coats and hats provided. We also offer riding lessons and cater for school groups.
Otago Museum and Discovery World
Ignite your interest and inspire your mind at Otago Museum! Explore outstanding collections and discover great stories from Otago, New Zealand and the world as you venture through a tempting variety of exhibitions. Get hands-on with science in Discovery World then enter the Tropical Forest to discover lush gardens, hundreds of live butterflies and other hot-weather-happy inhabitants including birds, turtles and geckos! Take some time out during your visit to enjoy something fresh and delicious from the Museum Café with a menu that caters for everyone in the family. Then take home a memento – you’ll find a great range of gift ideas from crafts and jewellery to children’s toys in the Museum Shop.
Wild Earth Adventures
Wild Earth Adventures provides fun, safe positive experiences in the great outdoors. We specialise in sea kayaking, canoeing, rafting, kayaking and bush craft. Our curriculum based school activity programmes make it easy for teachers to get students out on exciting and educational rafting, orienteering, kayaking, abseiling or bushcraft activities.
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