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.
01 Mazagran Espresso Bar
36 Moray Place
This hard-working little café is a hive of activity all day long and a great spot for grabbing a coffee-to-go before work.
02 Vull Design
Vull Design boasts a carefully and tastefully curated selection of design products for your home.
03 Dog with Two Tails
25 Moray Place
Dog with Two Tails’ top priority is quality.