Helpful enough, worth visiting to book campsites and excursions during busy times.
Friendly and helpful - they showed us free camping grounds.
People are effective and with a smile - a lot of information.
Very polite and helpful person who gave us information for one freedom camping spot.
Nearly endless and helpful information.
Very professional with a smile:perfect. Good information.
Sympathetic and took the time to help us out and gave great information.
Very helpful staff, offering some extra insight and personal suggestions. Central location - minus one for difficult parking.
Lots of brochures.
Lots of information.
Very good information for seeing seals by ourselves, albatross and penguins. Also for tour options.
Thank You - to the thousands of travellers that have contributed to our Top Voted NZ Activities Map - it's free from Rankers.
Informative about the library, shopping etc, really good service, close to the beach.
Okay service, not much to do.
They were kind and helped us with some directions.
Very friendly staff.
Very nice information. Lots of information.
Some have been more helpful than others. I mention this because these were particularly helpful.
Friendly and open-minded. Very informative, helpful information where we can sleep and have a shower for less money.
Helpful information concerning free WIFI in the city centre and free camping grounds on Otago Peninsula.
Very crowded, had to wait long but then friendly and helpful.
Thanks to Ella, a volunteer in this i-Site for all the precious information she gave and all the time she spent with us.
A busy hub especially when tourist boats are in town. Knowledgable, helpful staff. Lots to do all directly around the information centre too.
Great service, great info, good maps.
A young lady who was very energetic and seemed to love her town.
Julien de la lande
A lady who was a volunteer gave us a lot of advice to visit Otago Peninsula. Very friendly.
They gave us good information about tracks and places we can visit. We like to use the free hand and nail crème. Staff are always polite.
Very friendly and helpful staff. They gave us good advice on doing the Elm Wildlife Tour.
Fast service, free maps of the city.
Very friendly and helpful staff, gave us information for shopping and a location with free WiFi.
Bjorn Van Mulders
Big info centre with a lot of brochures. Friendly staff, in the centre of town.
Helpful and good advice.
Had all the information and leaflets we needed.
Friendly staff and modern.
The man was very friendly and patient in spite of us changing our mind quite often. He gave us all the time we needed without pushing for anything.
Great knowledge of where to go and what to see. Really took its time to answer our questions and to help us with the arrangements!
We stopped in at this site, near the end of a long day, dreary weather, and needing to nail down the reservations for our dash back to the ferry. How I wish I could credit the specific person but I would like to say that the patient, kind woman was infinitely patient in making FIVE reservations for us. It was busy and there was a line but we at no time were made to feel that we must hurry or were being a nuisance. We did try to hurry since others were waiting but do appreciate the patience and courtesy shown to us and we did get our much needed reservations! Thank you!!!!
Staff did not seem too interested in helping me to find an appropriate campsite.
Willem de Jong
A lot of flyers for your trip. Nice people who help you.
All very good and friendly.
Manuela and Thomas
We don't get exactly information about the albatross tour.
Very good tips! Very friendly staff and competent!
I have found the staff to be very friendly and helpful. As a previous wildlife guide and many time visitor to the wildlife attractions in Dunedin, regarding Dagette’s comments, I imagine that there is very good reason as to why they steer people away from free wildlife viewing, especially with regards to Yellow Eyed Penguins. I know this is something that has been asked by the Department of Conservation in the interest of the penguins. In the areas of the Otago Peninsula in which people may freely visit and look for penguins, the populations of those birds have been in steady decline due to the number of visitors. These days if you go looking for penguins on those beaches there is a good chance you will not see any at all. In fact if you look up Sandfly Bay here on Rankers, you will see that while many people have enjoyed visiting Sandfly Bay, many did not actually see any penguins at all (this is the case whether you go at the right time of day or not). So if people ask where to go to see penguins it is suggested to visit a paid reserve so that people do actually see penguins. In addition, a good proportion of the money that you pay to do a penguin tour does go back into re-establishing the penguin habitat and caring for the health of the penguins.
Nice, lots of brochures - but not very helpful staff. They seemed more interested in selling me tours rather than showing me where free wildlife experiences could be found. Spoke to fellow travelers and got better information