Dunedin, Edinburgh of the south - Roadside Stories

A Manatū Taonga audio guide to Dunedin's Scottish heritage.

Check out the Ministry for Culture and Heritage's audio guide to Dunedin's Scottish heritage in the Video tab.

Dunedin was settled by Scots from 1848, and even its name is a Gaelic version of Edinburgh. Once – but no longer – New Zealand’s largest, wealthiest city, Dunedin retains a Scottish sensibility, with its stone buildings, Highland games, bagpipers and chilly weather – as well as whisky and haggis on offer around town.

View of Dunedin from ‘Little Paisley’
Otago region: Presbyterians and Scots

Archival audio sourced from Radio New Zealand Sound Archives, http://www.soundarchives.co.nz/. Sound files may not be reused without permission from Radio New Zealand Sound Archives (Reference number C293).

Roadside Stories is a series of audio guides that follow major road trips in New Zealand. The stories cover the places you’ll pass along the way – their people and history, and their cultural and natural significance. For more information about Roadside Stories visit http://www.mch.govt.nz/roadside/

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