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The Dunedin Amenities Society will combine with Rotary and Olveston to develop a memorial site on Queens Drive commemorating the contribution made to the city by the late Les Cleveland. The project will include seating, a memorial and drift planting of daffodils alongside the Olveston stately home. Planting of the daffodil bulbs on site will commence on Saturday 21st of March at around 9.00-9.30 am. Volunteers who wish to assist with the planting… Read More

Its time to get your walking shoes on again and explore one of Dunedin’s great natural and historical landscapes. The Town Belt Traverse is an 8.2 kilometre from the Southern Cemetery to Woodhaugh Gardens taking in the heart of the Dunedin Town Belt on Sunday 29th March. The great thing about it is its absolutely free! The route is a pram friendly event for people of all ages stopping off at five points… Read More

It was with an immediate eye on the skies above on Sunday morning that members of the Society started their day. With all of the planning and worrying seeing it dawn beautifully fine and clear took away any of those feelings of apprehension. This was our big day to share and celebrate with Dunedin the Amenities Society’s 125th Anniversary, and what a day it turned out to be. With over 520 people undertaking the Traverse… Read More

The Dunedin Amenities Society is celebrating its 125th anniversary and is going to celebrate by returning to the roots of its foundation with the Town Belt Traverse. The traverse is a 7.9 km walk through the Town Belt from the Southern cemetery finishing at Woodhaugh Gardens on Sunday 3rd November. The route is a pram friendly event for people of all ages stopping off at five points along the way. The Participants… Read More