28 Moray Place, Dunedin
12 hours Whanganui
A wonderfully quiet place, Whanganui’s charm is in the pretty streets where there’s no rush to find a park or feel frazzled by traffic. There’s no need to drive far here anyway, so join the locals sipping coffee on street corners, and find some of the most acclaimed art in the country at the numerous galleries.
The Workroom Caravan
If you have a wedding, hen-do, birthday party or any other kind of outdoor celebration planned in Wanaka, you should contact Anna Begg and get your name down quick smart to hire The Caravan, a mobile bar complete with vintage design and smiley staff.
Eat & Drink
It’s important to get a taste of whatever town you’re visiting, and the best way to do that is to simply get out and about and sit yourself down at some of the neatest restaurants in town.
It’s thanks to the forward thinking of an early surveyor that the much-loved central part of Dunedin was left bare of buildings, which in hindsight was a very good decision, as Moray Place now serves as a favourite place to meet up with friends, have lunch in the sun or simply soak up the Dunedin culture.
A fire station built in the 1890s was moved from Moray Place 14 years later due to disgruntled residents being woken up by noisy trucks. However, now a popular place to boogie the night away, it is likely the sound of students partying that may keep neighbours up to the early hours.