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The Dunedin Visitor Centre, in the Octagon, officially reopened yesterday morning with a small ceremony to celebrate its new design.
The iSite network received $2.975 million of government funding to develop its brand, upgrade the physical interior of 14 locations and create digital assets to enhance visitors’ experience.
Dunedin iSite manager Louise van de Vlierd said the new design and layout would provide Dunedin visitors with both information and inspiration at their leisure.
"Our people are experts on our regions and can give visitors local insights, which means they can get off the beaten path to benefit our communities and a wider range of tourism businesses."
Enterprise Dunedin manager John Christie said the city’s iSite was an important service for locals, tourists and the visitor industry.
It was great to have the renovation completed in time for cruise passengers and the summer season, he said.
"Visitors to Dunedin will be the first to engage with this inspiring, purpose-built iteration of the isite experience which will provide them with the resource, knowledge and expertise to comfortably go out and explore our stunning city."