For other uses see of the name see Carisbrook Carisbrook was a major sporting venue in , New Zealand. The city's main domestic and international rugby union venue, it was also used for other sports such as cricket, football, rugby league and motocross.

Notable Places in the Area

is situated 440 metres southwest of Carisbrook. Photo: Grutness, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The Southern Cemetery in the New Zealand city of was the first major cemetery to be opened in the city. is situated 490 metres northeast of Carisbrook. Photo: Benchill, Public domain.

is located in , in the of .It is one of only a handful of known preserved gasworks museums in the world. is situated 1 km east of Carisbrook. Photo: Grutness, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The , formerly known as the South Dunedin Recreation Ground, is a park and sports ground in , , . is situated 1 km northeast of Carisbrook.

Localities in the Area

is a major inner city suburb of the New Zealand city of .

is one of the older suburbs of the city of , in New Zealand's . Photo: Grutness, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a small suburb of the New Zealand city of , nestled to the south of a hilly spur between the central city and the major suburb of , some 2.4 kilometres to the south of the city centre.


-45.8936° or 45° 53' 36.8" south
170.4907° or 170° 29' 26.6" east
75 metres (246 feet)
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Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Carisbrook
  • Dutch: Carisbrook
  • French: Carisbrook
  • German: Carisbrook
  • Hindi: कॅरिस्ब्रूक
  • Italian: Carisbrook
  • Japanese: カリスブルック
  • Marathi: कॅरिसब्रुक्स
  • Polish: Carisbrook
  • Portuguese: Carisbrook
  • Spanish: Carisbrook
  • Urdu: کیرسبروک

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