Jubilee Park
Image: Claudia Bibarat | DOC


Looking for a natural adventure playground in the city? Come to Jubilee Park! Build a stick fort in the forest, ride the tracks on your mountain bike, or explore the rest of the Dunedin Town Belt from here.
  • Can you imagine cows living in Jubilee Park? This area was first established as 'Tomlinson's Paddock', named after a man who grazed his cattle here in the 1870s.
  • Bring a frisbee or ball and play a game on the field.
  • The Town Belt is home to silvereye, New Zealand pigeon/kererū and tūī. See how many you can spot among the trees.  

Get ready

Download the Jubilee Park adventure map (PDF, 3.520K) and check out what you can do.

Go and explore

Look out for the Guardian Post when you get there. On it you'll find a special code word - write it down.

Getting there: 

Head along Princes Street to the Exchange. Turn into Rattray Street then into Maclaggan Street. Ride up Serpentine Avenue for about a kilometre and turn right into Maori Road at a four-way intersection.

A Jubilee Park sign is about 100 m up the road on the right. There is a small car park on the edge of the playing field for vehicles.

Claim your reward

Tell us the Jubilee Park code word to receive a Kiwi Guardians certificate and medal for this adventure.

Put the medal on your back pack or pencil case to show everyone the adventure you've had.

Each Kiwi Guardians place has a different medal - see how many you can collect.

About Jubilee Park

The park is managed by Dunedin City Council.

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