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The Dunedin Club

A Traditional Club With Modern Manners

The Dunedin Club offers an exclusive environment where elegance and tradition blend seamlessly with an understanding of modern expectations.


Whether it's as a member, a guest celebrating an important occasion, a business person hosting a meeting or as a bride- to- be. The Dunedin Club will always have something special to offer.


Every guest is assured of a very warm reception.

Our Facilities

Grand Location for Grand Events 


Receive your wedding guests somewhere special

You will want to receive your wedding guests somewhere special. The Dunedin Club is an exclusive wedding venue that can cater for up to 110 guests seated. We understand that every wedding is unique and we can tailor our service to meet your needs. We are experienced in delivering you a stress free, special day.


The Club provides a comfortable environment in which to dine, relax and meet friends

Menus are created and tailored to suit each occasion or function in any of our five dining areas. All our menu items are prepared and cooked using the best local produce. We are flexible with menu options and also cater for special dietary requirements with notice.

Our Wine list offers an extensive selection of wines to compliment the Chef's cuisine.


Pleasant accommodation for visiting reciprocal members

The Club provides pleasant inexpensive accommodation for visiting country and reciprocal members. This is within easy walking distance of the central city.

All nine bedrooms have private ensuite facilities.The Club also has a business suite facility with internet access for guests.

Our History

A distinguished history which stretches back to the pioneers

The Dunedin Club has a distinguished history which stretches back to the pioneers of the 1850s. In 1848 the two settler ships John Wickliffe and Philip Laing berthed at Dunedin, bringing Otago's first European migrants. 

Ten years later, a group of entrepreneurs founded The Dunedin Club in rented premises in Maclaggan Street.

The Premises which the club occupies today were built by the colourful whaler, run-holder and businessman John (Johnny) Jones in 1867. In 1874 the Club purchased Jones's Fernhill property. This historically significant building is a dignified example of mid-Victorian colonial architecture, set in spacious landscaped grounds.

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A distinguished history which stretches back to the pioneers