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With a population of 122,000, Dunedin is the second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand and the principal city of the region of Otago.

There are numerous opportunities to visit galleries, studios, workshops and theatres to experience Dunedin's unique culture. The city also boasts a lively theatre scene, from the Fortune Theatre, the world's southernmost professional theatre, to the Globe Theatre and Allen Hall. The Regent Theatre often stages international musicals and ballet while the Dunedin Town Hall's fabulous acoustics make symphony concerts a real treat.

It is a small city, so it is easy to travel around. There are some beautiful beaches very close to town.

The snow fields are 2½ hours drive away.

Dunedin is New Zealand's oldest city. The city is located on the south east coast of the South Island.

George Street is the main shopping area in the city centre. The streets are dotted with fashion boutiques, art galleries, antique auction houses and second-hand stores.

The University of Otago in Dunedin is New Zealand's oldest university with over 20.000 students. Dunedin has a deserved reputation for being the country's premier centre of learning and is home to a student population of over 25,000 who give the city a special character and dynamic, vibrant and lively atmosphere. This makes it a great place to study English too!

Dunedin is a sporting paradise. Sea kayaking, jet boating, jet skiing and white-water rafting on the Taieri River are some of the water-activities available. The waves provide ideal conditions for surfing. On windy days, the harbour is colourful with yachts and windsurfers.

John McGlashan College Dunedin
English Advantage Dunedin
Otago Polytechnic Dunedin
University of Otago Language Centre and Foundation Year Dunedin
Waitaki Boys' High School Dunedin