Halliday magazine: Grand Central

When it comes to travel in New Zealand the biggest challenge is trying to decide which beautiful spot to visit. Fortunately the effortless beauty of Central Otago makes the decision easy and I have a bounty of options for your review…. click here to read more.

Further afield, east of Central Otago is the the harbour city of Ōtepoti, Dunedin, perfect for beaches, castles, wildlife,  gardens and some delicious dining experiences.

Tītī Restaurant

Simplicity and creativity are front and centre at Tītī. Seasonal produce puts the focus firmly on local producers, as visitors to the St Clair restaurant enjoy sweeping views out across the ocean. Hannes and Mel have combined the finesse of fine dining with a welcoming atmosphere to make Tītī an essential visit in Ōtepoti Dunedin. Many of the events here showcase wines from Otago, the details of which can be found on their website.

Image courtesy of Tītī.

High Tea at the Press Club

Elegant and stylish, High Tea at The Press Club on Princes Street, epitomises decadence and delight. Housed in the Victorian-era building of Dunedin’s original press club, the ambience is one of pure extravagance with an interior of dark wood, leather and rich florals. Settle into a banquet at the back for a leisurely afternoon of mouth-watering sweet and savoury indulgence.

Happy Exploring!

Published by Happy Wine Woman

Wine consultant currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

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