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Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
(4.3/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This is a tremendous stadium, great to watch rugby. The viewing is excellent because the players are so close. This stadium is very well designed 
  • A friend came to stay because they wanted to attend a game at the Forsyth Barr Stadium I attended as well, Otogo vs Waikato. and all I can say is wow what a great stadium, not a sports fan but the pla...  more »
  • Great place to go and have a look at. Or when a rugby match is on go and enjoy the company of hundreds of other people.Near the front of the stadium there is a cafe which has lovely food,coffee, tea a...  more »
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  • Awesome stadium, was just what Dunedin needed. Location can be a pain for parking and a slow shuffle out after the events but the atmosphere is awesome.
  • Great stadium and lots of good events here too. Well worth having this venue, enclosed means it beats the weather when it's poor.
  • Amazing stadium, really good atmosphere when it is full and the see through roof is amazing for light if you go at the right time of year
  • Stadium itself is ok, sound quality for music not optimal. But I guess it was never designed as that, the concerts are just attempts to make it seem less of the massive white elephant of debt that it is. The real problem is the food. Dire! I am told that it is catered by the dodgy multinational, Compass. Seeing the inedible gruel they are serving to people in Dunedin hospital, you get the idea !
  • Great venue and awesome unipol gym with heaps of great facilities