In summer the Cromwell Heritage Precinct plays host to an excellent farmers market, running every Sunday from Labour weekend (late October) to Easter.
This interesting, contemporary, fine-art gallery is worth a peek whether you're likely to invest in a substantial piece of Kiwi art or not.
Bookworms will spend hours prowling the shelves of this sprawling store. If you can't find it here, it probably doesn't exist.
Crammed to the rafters with interesting volumes. Worth a peek just for the ceiling, which is papered with old book covers.
Dunedin's best bookshop is perfect for browsing, with lots of Māori, Pacific and NZ titles in stock.
If you're after a unique souvenir, this sweet store stocks locally crafted pottery and ceramic art.
Stacks upon stacks of treasures await at this excellent secondhand bookshop.
Behind a set of fake heritage shopfronts, Riverstone Country is literally packed to the rafters with gifts, crafts, homewares, fake flowers, garden ornaments and Christmas decorations. Outside, there's an aviary sto…
This former butcher's shop stocks a selection of award-winning local wines, many of which you won’t find anywhere else. There are also plenty of Central Otago foodie treats such as jams and chutneys.
Clothing, footwear and rugged gear for all your tramping and outdoor needs.