Climb through scrub, discover hidden waterfalls or stroll through the city discovering its heritage; the choice is yours in Dunedin. Learn more about the various walks.
Surf’s up and swell most days down in Dunedin. Dunedin’s prime location makes it a sweet spot for surfers, with South swells ranging consistently from 1-3 m, but jumping to 4-6m frequently in winter.
A popular surf spot is St Clair. However it can get a bit crowded in peak season. Other surf breaks include Aramoana Beach and Murdering Bay.
Hare Hill Horse Treks
Hare Hill is a lovely 60 acre farm located in Deborah Bay on the north side of the Otago Harbour, close to historic Port Chalmers and only 20 minutes drive from Dunedin, New Zealand.
Hare Hill offers horse riding suitable for the beginner right through to the more advanced rider. There are beautiful views throughout all treks so don't forget to bring your camera!
Wild Earth Adventures
Wild Earth Adventures provides fun, safe and positive experiences in the great outdoors. They specialise in sea kayaking, canoeing, rafting, kayaking and bush craft.
The Sea Kayaking eco-tours offer an amazing opportunity to observe marine wildlife at close quarters and awaken a new sense of wonder and respect for special animals and their unique environment. Wild Earth provide skill courses in sea kayaking, white water kayaking, rafting, canoeing, tramping, multi sports, and bush craft.
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