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Advertisement Dunedin THE GREAT SOUTHERN ROAD TRIP COASTAL EDITION writers, curators and arts practitioners to work free from commercial restraints in an innovative and experimental environment". The ever- revolving exhibitions foster and house the work of artists sharing perspectives, truths and insights. Around the BD, street art lights up the streetscape with blank walls being transformed The last stop on our Great Southern Road Trip is the breathtaking city of Dunedin. Famed for is likeness to Scotland, the Edinburgh of the South is a southern wonder. There's a lot more to Dunedin than its namesake university; the city is bustling with culture, heritage, creativity and, of course, great coffee (otherwise how would students complete all those assignments?). Dunedin's art scene constantly has new additions. Home to many creatives, the city's love affair with art is an old one - the Dunedin Public Art Gallery first opened its doors in 1884. into works of art by local and international The gallery houses a significant collection of New Zealand artworks spanning from 1860 to the present. The collection also contains major holdings of historical European art, Japanese prints and the decorative arts, and features the only Monet in a New Zealand collection. If contemporary art is more your space, head to the Blue Oyster. This art project space "exists to enable emerging and experimental artists, artists. Experience these edgy artworks, which are mostly concentrated around the Warehouse Precinct, by following the self-guided Dunedin street art trail. For a mini break away from the city, head to St Clair for the afternoon. This oceanside suburb of Dunedin is just the right mix of vibrant, yet laid back. Grab a coffee, stroll along the esplanade and enjoy the crashing of the waves Advertisement Dunedin THE GREAT SOUTHERN ROAD TRIP COASTAL EDITION writers, curators and arts practitioners to work free from commercial restraints in an innovative and experimental environment". The ever- revolving exhibitions foster and house the work of artists sharing perspectives, truths and insights. Around the BD, street art lights up the streetscape with blank walls being transformed The last stop on our Great Southern Road Trip is the breathtaking city of Dunedin. Famed for is likeness to Scotland, the Edinburgh of the South is a southern wonder. There's a lot more to Dunedin than its namesake university; the city is bustling with culture, heritage, creativity and, of course, great coffee (otherwise how would students complete all those assignments?). Dunedin's art scene constantly has new additions. Home to many creatives, the city's love affair with art is an old one - the Dunedin Public Art Gallery first opened its doors in 1884. into works of art by local and international The gallery houses a significant collection of New Zealand artworks spanning from 1860 to the present. The collection also contains major holdings of historical European art, Japanese prints and the decorative arts, and features the only Monet in a New Zealand collection. If contemporary art is more your space, head to the Blue Oyster. This art project space "exists to enable emerging and experimental artists, artists. Experience these edgy artworks, which are mostly concentrated around the Warehouse Precinct, by following the self-guided Dunedin street art trail. For a mini break away from the city, head to St Clair for the afternoon. This oceanside suburb of Dunedin is just the right mix of vibrant, yet laid back. Grab a coffee, stroll along the esplanade and enjoy the crashing of the waves