Trinity Court Motel

10 Carroll Street, Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
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14%
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Poor
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  • Families100
  • Couples60
  • Solo100
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

Transportation to Dunedin from the port

by pcb

We are arriving by cruise ship and need to know if there is any transportation available from Port Chalmers to Dunedin. The cruise ship excursions are ridiculously expensive.

Re: Transportation to Dunedin from the port

by Kakapo2

You can take the public bus from Port Chalmers (cruise ship arrival) to the city of Dunedin. The trip takes 20 minutes.

Here is the timetable:
http://buses.orc.govt.nz/BusTT/PDF/%7B702BC701-ACCD-493E-9002-3CF46EC26668%7D.pdf

And here for the way back:
http://buses.orc.govt.nz/BusTT/PDF/%7B7077DD62-8284-4650-9593-33B7C7096EAE%7D.pdf

Re: Transportation to Dunedin from the port

by Josilver

The cruise ship will most likely have shuttle buses running to and from Dunedin for the passengers

Transportation to Dunedin from the port

by kiwi

When I was in Dunedin they were running the Taieri Gorge train to the cruise ships. I guess that is one of the expensive organised excursions though. Some of the passengers got off in the city and others went on to do the Gorge trip.

Travel Tips for Dunedin

Beaches

by rozehill

St Clair and St Kilda Beaches
The best of Dunedin's ocean beaches are St Clair and St Kilda, bordering the southern suburbs of the city. A wide variety of sporting facilities are located around these well patronised beaches.

Climb the world's Steepest Street!

by froggieair

Baldwin St. in Dunedin is rated by the Guiness Book of World Records to be the steepest street in the world with a gradient of 39 degrees. It's absolutely amazing how cars can still go up when humans (like me) were already starting to pant less than halfway during the climb up. It's definitely worth paying this street a visit...whether for the climb or not. If your knees can't take the pressure, there are always steps with a handrail at one side.

Tasty Thai and Vietnamese food take your fancy?

by worldkiwi about Thai Hanoi Restaurant.

The Thai-Hanoi Restaurant has funky bright decor and prompt service. The meals are good value, though don't expect fresh fish if you order that. For the price there is no problem and if you're watching your budget there's enough on the menu to come back several times and try something different.

Larnach Castle

by Kate-Me

You can visit Larnach castle by driving out towards the Otago Peninsula (1/2 an hour or a bit more from Dunedin). We saw it just briefly (10 min stop to view the gardens, take photos from outside and take a very brief look inside) as part of our guided tour with Dunedin City Tours.

This is New Zeland's only castle, which is why it probably gets so much attention, even having only been built in 1870. The other reason would be the colourful history of the place.

Larnach, the builder and rich and powerful owner, who had 6 children, died from suicide in 1897, after financial problems and finding out that one of his sons was having an affair with his stepmother number 2….. and the castle became derelict for a while. There are 43 rooms, and it's still in the process of being restored.

Make sure you visit the I-SITE office.

by worldkiwi

I-SITE is the new hip name for the national information centres that have all the glossy brochures for things to do and see. Most major towns have one. What a lot of tourists don't know, is that you can book all sorts of things there for no extra charge. The staff are usually extremely helpful and will give you as much time as you need. These places and the staff there are worth their weights in gold!
Dunedin's I-SITE office is in the picturesque Octagon, Dunedin's town "square". It is in the old town hall building pictured here and open every day of the week. Make sure you pay them a visit... it is well worth checking out the information there and booking trips like the Penguin Place, so you are not disappointed by missing out on a spot in a trip later.

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