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a Abbotsford, Allanton, Andersons Bay, Aramoana b Balaclava, Belleknowes, Berwick, Blackhead, Bradford, Brighton, Broad Bay, Brockville, Bucklands Crossing, Burnside c Calton Hill, Cape Saunders, Careys Bay, Caversham, Chain Hills, Clarks Junction, Clyde Hill, Company Bay, Concord, Corstorphine d Dalmore, Deborah Bay, Dunedin Central, Dunedin North, Dunedin South e East Taieri, Evansdale f Fairfield, Flag Swamp, Forbury g Glenleith, Glenross, Green Island h Halfway Bush, Harington Point, Harwood, Helensburgh, Henley, Heyward Point, Highcliff, Hindon, Hyde k Kaikorai, Karitane, Kenmure, Kensington, Kew, Kinmont Park, Kokonga, Kuri Bush l Larnachs Castle, Lawyers Head, Lee Flat, Lee Stream, Leith Valley, Liberton, Lookout Point, Lower Portobello m Macandrew Bay, Macraes Flat, Maori Hill, Maryhill, Merton, Middlemarch, Mihiwaka, Momona, Moonlight, Mornington, Mosgiel, Mount Allan, Mount Cargill, Mount Grand, Mount Stoker, Musselburgh n Ngapuna, Normanby, North East Valley, North Taieri o Ocean Grove, Ocean View, Oceanic, Okia Flat, Omimi, Opoho, Osborne, Otakou, Outram, Owhiro p Pine Hill, Port Chalmers, Portobello, Pukerangi, Purakaunui r Ravensbourne, Riverside, Rock And Pillar, Roseneath, Roslyn s Saddle Hill, Saint Clair, Saint Kilda, Saint Leonards, Sandymount, Sawyers Bay, Scroggs Hill, Seacliff, Shannon, Shiel Hill, Sutton t Tainui, The Cove, The Glen, Tiroiti, Titri, Tomahawk Lagoon u Upper Junction, Upper Waitati v Vauxhall w Waikouaiti, Waipori, Waipori Falls, Waitati, Wakari, Waldronville, Warrington, Waverley, Westwood, Woodhaugh, Woodside


Dunedin (Ōtepoti in Maori) is the second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand, located in coastal Otago. Although now only by some definitions the eighth largest city of New Zealand in terms of population, it is the fifth largest urban area, as Greater Auckland is composed of four cities. For historical and geographical reasons, Dunedin is still regarded as one of the country's four main centres. The city stands on the hills and valleys surrounding the head of Otago Harbour. The harbour and hills are the remnants of an extinct volcano. Dunedin is the home of the University of Otago. Description courtesy of Wikipedia