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“Take a bag with you when you go to the Otago Farmer's Market at the Dunedin Railway Station on Saturday mornings as there will be plenty of fresh food, produce and artisan specialities that you'll want to take home.”
“Our best of:- The Tart Tin, Urban Vino, Whitestone Cheese and Hammerhead Moonshine - oh and Hussey & Laredo for a great coffee....”
“Choose from a selection of pounamu and taonga displayed in the shop or even commission a custom piece to be crafted in the shop from a variety of greenstone types, within an exceptional timeframe and at an extreme...”
“Dunedin has embraced the concept with enthusiasm, there are many murals to admire (over 30), it was fun seeking them out, we cheated a little by picking up a copy of the street trail map at the i-site (info centre...”
“A great way to see the Victorian side of the city and the art is both fun and well thought out.”
“What set this shop apart from the other bookstores for me is that someone has taken the time to accept a wide range of interesting books, but has mostly stocked quality literature which is in good condition.”
“This shop is an absolute treasure and repaid our journey from the other end of the country.”