in Dunedin

Located within a 10 minute walk from both Otago University and Otago Polytechnic campuses and across the street from the Otago Medical School and Dunedin Public Hospital.

TII is one block from Dunedin’s largest shopping complex and is close to supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and bus routes. Our school really does lie at the heart of the city!

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About Dunedin

Dunedin is the second largest city on New Zealand’s mainland and is home to New Zealand’s oldest university - the University of Otago. Dunedin is known as a student city and its economy is largely based around education. Everything is here to make your study easier!

Its population is mainly European, with around 130,000 people. Dunedin is extremely proud of its Scottish heritage - here people call Dunedin the “Edinburgh of the South”.

Dunedin is widely regarded as the best preserved Victorian and Edwardian heritage city in the southern hemisphere. It is also home to some of New Zealand's top fashion designers and vibrant cafes and bars. The Clock Tower at the University of Otago, New Zealand's oldest and most preeminent University, tolls the hours for the lively students who make up almost a fifth of the city's population.


Otago Peninsula, is renowned for the world's only mainland albatross breeding colony at Taiaroa Head and various other ocean bird, seal and penguin species, including one of the world's rarest, the yellow eyed penguin.

The rugged but welcoming hinterland can be accessed via the Taieri Gorge Railway which enables a link to Middlemarch and the Otago Central Rail Trail. Alternatively it scales the cliff tops to provide spectacular views of Port Chalmers and the Pacific Ocean coastline on its Seasider route.

For more about Dunedin https://www.dunedinnz.com/