A forward-thinking early surveyor left the central part of Dunedin bare of buildings, making Moray Place a favourite spot 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 after completion due to disgruntled residents being woken up by noisy trucks. Now Moray Place is a popular spot to dance the night away, and it's likely the sound of students partying that keeps neighbours up to the early hours.
01 Vull Design
Vull Design boasts a carefully and tastefully curated selection of design products for your home.
145 Stewart Street, Dunedin
Guild provides a dedicated shop and gallery space for local designers and makers.
03 Dog with Two Tails
25 Moray Place, Dunedin Central
Dog with Two Tails’ top priority is quality.
04 Mazagran Espresso Bar
36 Moray Place, Dunedin Central
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.