The Otago Farmers Market is one of Dunedin's "must-do" activities, where up to 75 vendors offer Otago's wonderful fruit, vegetables, meats, fish, cheese, eggs, wines and many other products including delicious (healthy or decadent) bakery and prepared foods.
Green Man Brewery in Dunedin not only ensures that its spent ingredients go to Dunedin farms but it also recycles its cardboard packaging as well as any plastic products which cannot be re-used.
The idea of the Gourmet Ice cream Company originated from dinner parties where Dunedin residents Mark and Rae Scorgie served home-made ice cream to their guests.
The Evansdale Cheese story begins in 1978 when the Dennison family cow started producing more milk than the family could use.
Each year, in July, thousands of people from all around New Zealand and overseas stand at the bottom of the steepest St in the world, Baldwin Street, and watch as more than 40,000 giant jaffas race to the bottom.
A mate would never leave a mate stranded without Speight's beer which is why Speight’s decided to send a Speight’s Ale House to desperate Kiwis in the United Kingdom.
Tasty Tours offers a selection of day tours encompassing the various unique tastes of the Otago region. Whether your tastes run to beer or wine, savoury or sweet, there is plenty the Otago region offers.
Did you know that Wests New Zealand Ltd is the oldest and longest continuous manufacturer of cordials and soft drinks in the country?
The best thing about the short walk along the main street, is the fact that it can take an afternoon to chat to all the people that you know along the way! ..Dunedin is the friendliest little city in the world!
We have been spoilt this past week. Ground swell after ground swell rising from playful to testing and back again.
Our last visit in the 52 Restaurants in 52 weeks project has found the freshest and tastiest Japanese and Korean food you will find anywhere! The new Miga Restaurant, specialises in Korean BBQ and Japanese food.
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