Up the staircase, the Temple Gallery was Dunedin’s first synagogue (1864), and then for 30 years a Masonic temple. The building retains...
Speight’s has been churning out beer on this site since the late 1800s. The 90-minute tour (noon, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, plus 10am and 7pm in...
Blockbusters and art-house flicks. Rates often cheaper on Tuesdays.
Hidden away at the bottom of Dowling St, Palms has long been a landmark Dunedin eatery. Food is innovative and usually locally sourced,...
138 Princes St · interesting places nearby
Limited-release Kiwi craft beers, single-malt whiskies and good cocktails appeal to an older crowd than Dunedin’s student pubs. Antipasto plates and cheese boards are good reasons to stay for another drink.