University and Medical Precinct Tours



University of Otago historic campus tours

Thursday 27 July & Friday 28 July
Time: 10.00am, 11.00am, 2.00pm
Length:  approx 30 to 40 minutes
Meeting place: the Clocktower steps, on the Leith River side of the Clocktower building.

Join us for a general tour of the historic Otago campus, viewed as one of the world's 15 most beautiful university campuses.

You will discover the impressive interior of the Clocktower building, and visit the Staff Club built in 1907 and first used as the Dental School, and one of the residential colleges.  You'll be shown special places seldom, if ever, seen by students.

Afterwards you can enjoy campus views while relaxing with a hot drink, and also check out the Visitors' Centre shop.


Do you have a child attending the University of Otago, take them out for lunch or dinner on us, simply email once you have registered to enter



Medical precinct tour

Thursday 27 July
Time: 3.00pm
Meeting place: The Captain Cook Hotel, Great King Street.

For Conference delegates arriving in Dunedin on Thursday (27 July), why not join us for our bespoke medical precinct tour.

Enjoy a walk down memory lane and find out what's new at the Dunedin medical precinct.  You'll discover all sorts of fascinating facts, areas of interest and historical gems.  Your tour guides will share their insights, historical knowledge and entertaining stories about the medical precinct.

Meeting outside The Captain Cook Hotel at 3pm, the tour will take approximately one hour, and includes refreshments at The Cook.


Alumni, families and conference delegates all welcome!

If you are interested in one, or both, of these special tours, please register here now.  Bookings are essential as numbers are limited.

For further information, please contact us on email us on 03 479 8487.

We're looking forward to seeing you back on campus soon!



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