My Dunedin Itinerary

Dunedin City Council facilities

This section provides information about Council's facilities including the public libraries, art gallery, Otago Settlers museum, community pools, gardens and a range of public recreation facilities.

In this section

In this section

  • Cemeteries
    We administer 20 cemeteries and one crematorium in Dunedin, ranging in size from small rural areas to the wide-open spaces of Andersons Bay Cemetery.
  • Community Gallery
    The Community Gallery is available for booking if you or your community group need a place to exhibit your arts and crafts.
  • Community housing
    This page details what community housing is provided by the Council for residents of the City. If you are interested in a council house, then check out the details.
  • Disabled access to parks and reserves
    This page contains information about access for visitors with disability to DCC coastal parks and reserves
  • Dunedin Botanic Garden
    The Dunedin Botanic Garden is New Zealand's first botanic garden and holds the status of Garden of International Significance.
  • Dunedin Centre
    The Dunedin Centre combines the very best heritage features with state of the art facilities.
  • Dunedin Chinese Garden
    A perfect miniature of a traditional Chinese landscape painting, this Garden encapsulates the essence of nature.
  • Dunedin Public Art Gallery
    Dunedin Public Art Gallery is one of New Zealand's four major metropolitan art galleries.
  • Dunedin Public Libraries
    Dunedin Public Libraries is a network of five libraries and two bookbuses spread across Dunedin City in New Zealand.
  • Olveston
    New Zealand’s finest Edwardian house museum, authentically and lavishly furnished with the original contents.
  • Forsyth Barr Stadium
    The Forsyth Barr Stadium is the world’s only fully roofed, natural turf stadium.
  • Mountain biking
    This page contains general information on mountain biking tracks around Dunedin.
  • Parks and reserves
    This page contains information on parks and reserves that the DCC manage including information about the reserve management plans for reserves in Dunedin.
  • Playgrounds
    Dunedin has playground(s) in every community area, providing play opportunities with play equipment that caters to a range of abilities and interests; open space for running, kicking a ball or free play; and in some playgrounds special features such as learn to ride bike area, tennis courts, skate ramps.
  • Public toilets
    This page lists public toilets around Dunedin. Unless stated otherwise below, all DCC toilets are accessible for disabled people. Hours of opening vary from site to site.
  • Sportsgrounds A to Z
    A to Z list of all Dunedin City Council sportsgrounds containing information about location, sporting facilities, contact details, clubs and maps.
  • Swimming pools
    The Dunedin City Council's Aquatic Services provide a range of community pools including Moana Pool, St Clair Pool, Mosgiel Pool and Port Chalmers Pool along with a multitude of fitness facilities, lots of training courses and heaps of entertainment for children.
  • Toitū Otago Settlers Museum
    It is all about the people of Dunedin and their stories from the earliest settlers through to those who have recently arrived.
  • Walking tracks
    We provide these tracks for you to enjoy with many crossing private property, including DCC Water Department and City Forests Limited land.
  • Wall Street Mall
    Wall Street adds vibrancy to an already thriving shopping precinct.
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Dunedin City Council

Website: www.dunedin.govt.nz