Book now your luggage storage in on BAGBNB, the first luggage storage network.

Bagbnb is a local experience

Our Angels are bars and bistros who have been checked and approved by the BAGBNB team, waiting to welcome you all over the city.

Online booking

Online booking and payment is compulsory.
BAGBNB deposit points do not accept, in any case, the luggage of customers without online reservation.

Luggage Storage Dunedin New Zealand

Don’t lose the opportunity to sightsee one of the most beautiful sides of this world because of heavy pieces of luggage. BAGBNB can help you with a professional and secure network of luggage storage facilities all over the city and New Zealand. Our service is very useful and was born to improve and simplify travelers’ life. If you need to leave your belongings because you are tired or simply don’t want to face a stressful day, BAGBNB will solve your problems!

How it works

You can find the closest BAGBNB point by using our app or visiting the website. Just enable geolocation and see the nearest Angel, a local business (such as a hotel or a restaurant) that can take your baggage belongings for a few hours or the whole day. Once found your favorite location, reserve it by clicking on Book Now! At the end of the booking process, you will read on your display the precise address of the luggage storage.

Welcome to Dunedin!

Have an awesome time in Dunedin without stress thanks to BAGBNB and experience rare wildlife, free attractions, and breathtaking landscapes. If you like to go out in the evening, the university city is the perfect place! It’s home to lots of bars and restaurants where you can meet new friends. And if you want to take a lot of pictures for your social pages or because you want to stop the time for a while, reach the immense Tunnel Beach!

See the Southern Lights

Even if the Southern Lights (Aurora Australis) is lesser known than the Northern ones (Aurora Borealis), it’s just as wonderful! Only a few people have the privilege to admire this phenomenon, but if you are reading this page, we guess that you are one of them! Even if the Southern Lights are not predictable, they can happen all year round. The best months to see them are the winter ones (from March to September).