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Creating Connections Across South Dunedin

what we do

Connected by our strengths, we use the creative opportunity of our differences to address the challenges of our location and create a future for all who call the South Dunedin suburbs home

upcoming events

South Dunedin Volunteer Hub Grand Opening

We’ve partnered up with Volunteer South to host a Volunteer Hub at the SDCN Community Rooms. Ingrid Leary, MP for Taieri, will also be there for the grand opening on Tuesday 2 March at 11:30am. The Volunteer Hub will run regularly on Tuesday mornings, where you’re able to drop in and find out about volunteering opportunities in the Dunedin community. Click here to learn more.

community hui 2021

Our first hui of the year is on Wednesday 24 February. It will be at Bathgate Park School Hall from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. The theme for this hui is about being prepared for an emergency.

south dunedin street festival 2021

This year’s street festival is on Saturday March 27. If you would like to take part in our event, click here and fill in your details.

who we are

The South Dunedin Community Network connects people across the wider South Dunedin area to strengthen communities and help people use their voice to create a vibrant, resilient community and a safe future together.

community rooms

Our Community Rooms are a place for individuals, families, community groups, services, and decision makers to come together and work with each other.

events

The network runs and takes part in a number of community events in our community and can host any group/class or event in our community rooms on King Edward Street.

The Lowdown

The first issue of the Lowdown was in March 2017. The editor, Steve King, began putting it together because he felt that it could be a vehicle that might help inform people about the good things that were taking place in South Dunedin, and to encourage people to value living here. He wanted to provide a platform for people to learn what steps city authorities were taking to avoid a repeat of the flood in 2015, a bit like a general community notice board.

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