Booklets and Brochures

RISING FROM THE GOLDEN GLOW: DUNEDIN’S LEGACY OF 19TH CENTURY ENTERPRISE

Alan Kynaston’s 40-page book Rising from the Golden Glow includes 53 articles tracing the development and subsequent fortunes of some 70 businesses that had their origins in Dunedin during the period between the first gold rush and the 1890s, when the city was the commercial capital of New Zealand.

WRITERS’ DUNEDIN: THREE HERITAGE WALKS

THE BNZ BUILDING: PRINCES ST DUNEDIN.

  • A fully illustrated 40-page booklet examining the history and architecture of the iconic BNZ Building in Princes Street Dunedin

DUNEDIN HERITAGE TRAILS

  • Neoclassical Architecture

OTAGO HARBOUR HERITAGE TRAILS

  • The Port Side
    The Peninsula

NORTHERN CEMETERY TRAILS

  • Tragedy Trail- an assortment of victims, heroes and villains
  • Angel Walk – monuments featuring the image of an angel
  • Nine Artists – the graves of nine people who won renown in the world of art
  • Intriguing Ladies- find out about the lives of these fascinating Victorian women
  • Gentlemen of Fortune – enterprising men who played a part in founding Dunedin
  • Anzac Trail – the memorials of sixteen young soldiers who died in the Gallipoli campaign
  • The Gold Trail – Find out about people whose businesses prospered during Dunedin’s gold rush years
  • Memorial Roses – best New Zealand example of original memorial plantings

The guide to ‘The Roses of the Northern Cemetery’ produced by the Otago Branch of Heritage Roses New Zealand Inc. is available at a cost of $7 (proceeds benefit Heritage Roses NZ) Also available ‘The Roses of our Victorian Cemetery’ at a cost of $5.

SOUTHERN HERTIAGE TRUST AGM
INVITATION
to the
Southern Heritage Trust
AGM
Thursday 21 June, mid winter’s day!
 
5.30pm
 
Join us at 123 Vogel St., a heritage award winning restored building in the Warehouse Precinct,  Galloway Cook Allen rooms, first floor  
 
Speaker Sue Bidrose, CEO DCC
All welcome
 
Ann Barsby
03 479 0169
barsby.ann@icloud.com

Southern Heritage Trust
12 Royal Terrace, Dunedin 9016
New Zealand
Phone: (03) 471 8265
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