Photographic coverage of this varied and spectacular region. From Dunedin, around the Catlins to Invercargill, then Central Otago, the tourist attractions of Queenstown and finishing with the spectacu..
Brian Turner's name is synonymous with Central Otago û albeit a different Central û one well removed from the tourist centres and vineyards. His Central is at the boundaries; watching the local rugby ..
Catlins Bound is a new book by Mike McPhee about his great grandfather's sailing ships which were built in The Catlins and Stewart Island in the 19th Century. The book includes a CD of original music ..
With a dry, sunny and reliable climate, a dramatic landscape and widespread evidence remaining of a romantic goldrush past, Central Otago and Queenstown are the outdoor capitals of New Zealand. This u..
This is the story of the newspaper correspondence column Dot's Little Folk and those who wrote to it. Little Folk was the first correspondence column for children in a New Zealand newspaper. It became..
These fascinating 'tales and reminiscences of the Golden Coast direct from Westland's earliest pioneers' were originally compiled by Carl Pfaff for The Diggers' Story, first published in 1914 to mark ..
Dunedin Light Seasons is a collection of photographs featuring the beaches and beach culture of Dunedin, New Zealand. This hard cover coffee-table book features the photography of Derek Morrison. The ..
The booklet describes 19 selected walks. Dunedin has much to offer: historic buildings in the central city and University campus, the botanic gardens, bush and hill walks, unique rock formations, coas..
Located in a wonderful natural environment and built on nineteenth-century gold, Dunedin was once New Zealand's largest city. Now it is a gracious old lady with a spirit of adventure, beloved by resid..
Scots made up nearly 20 per cent of the immigrant population of New Zealand to 1920, yet until the past few years the exact origins of New Zealand's Scots migrants have remained blurred. From Alba to ..
Includes180 stunning photographs of pubs and accommodation houses of Southland and Central Otago from the mid 1800s to present day have been brought together with entertaining and enlightening stories..
Dr Thomas Morland Hocken (1836-1910) arrived in Dunedin in 1862, aged 26. Throughout his busy life as a medical practitioner he amassed books, manuscripts, sketches, maps and photographs of early New ..
Published to celebrate the centenary of its foundation, this book introduces and samples the Hocken Library's principal collections. There are many outstanding items in these collections, including si..
In Oamaru: New Zealand's living Victorian town, author Paul Sorrell and photographer Graham Warman celebrate the town's outstanding architectural heritage and meet the fascinating characters who call ..
An easy-to-use pocket guide designed to enhance and extend the experience of cyclists and walkers on the Otago Central Rail Trail. Following an introduction to the region's background and natural hist..
In Peninsula: Exploring the Otago Peninsula, author Paul Sorrell and photographer Graham Warman take you on a journey to the one-of-a-kind landscapes, incomparable wildlife and quirky local personalit..