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Area: DUNEDIN and OTAGO



Bars and Nightclubs


Alexandra:  Blues Lounge
GLBT friendly Lounge Bar & Restaurant in Alexandra, Central Otago.
Open for coffee, drinks, cocktails & evening dining. Musical theme & vinyl jukebox.
Open afternoon & evening, from 2.30pm, Tuesday to Saturday.
49 Centennial Avenue, Alexandra. Phone: 03 448 5959
Email: Click Here


Saunas and Cruise Clubs


Bodyworks
Bodyworks is a safe sex on site/manspace for men wanting to meet and associate freely with other men.
127 Lower Stuart St, Dunedin. Ph: 03 477-8228
Open 7 days. Email: Bodyworks


Support Organisations and Social Groups


Ascent Coffee Evenings
Ascent Coffee Evenings, every 2nd and last Friday of the month at 9.00pm.
D'Oro Café (cnr of High St and Princes St), upstairs in the balcony area.

Lemon Briefcase
Dunedin and Southern Gay and Lesbian professionals and business network and social drinks.
Lemon briefcase is about creating opportunities for you to network and make friends in a friendly after work environment. Monthly Network meetings every 3rd Thursday of the month from 5.30pm to 7.00pm in the upstairs bar at Plato.
Cash bar and $10.00 to cover costs of nibbles.
Email: Lemon Briefcase

Queer Support @ the OUSA Student Support Centre
The OUSA Student Support Centre has a huge selection of Queer DVDs as well as videos/books/mags available for free hire! (Non-students welcome)

For Tertiary Students we also offer:

Prospective Student at Otago University? Get a heads up on queer n'queer friendly Dunedin.

Address: 5 Ethel Benjamin Place (behind Clubs and Socs Building)
Phone: 03 479 5445
Email: q.support@ousa.org.nz
Website: www.ousa.org.nz/support/queer-support/


Glenaven Methodist Church
Chambers St, NEV.
A "reconciling congregation" which affirms and includes men & women, young & old, gay & straight, people from different cultures & social backgrounds.
Services are on Sundays at 11am preceded by morning tea at 10:40am. www.dunedinmethodist.org.nz

The L Club
An informal social group for lesbians over 45. Meets 2nd Thursday of the month, 5.30pm.
An opportunity to meet and chat, eat and/or drink.
Phone Orma on 478-0560 for venue & details.

PFLAG Same-Difference
PFLAG Same-Difference is being run as a joint project between PFLAG South and Youthline Otago. Same-Difference is a support and social activities group for people 20 and under who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, takataapui, intersex or who are questioning their sexual orientation, gender identity or sex.
It operates in two ways: a social coffee group, and a more social structured group.
   COFFEE GROUP:
The Same-Difference coffee group runs every 3rd Friday of the month from 5.30-7.30 at a local café. It's open to queer and questioning youth, their friends and family. The coffee group is an unstructured informal space where youth can socialise.
   SAME-DIFFERENCE GROUP:
The Same-Difference group happens the first Friday of every month, from 5.30-7.30 This group is specifically for queer and questioning youth 20 and under. It is a more structured group that encourages commitment from the group to attend each session. It's a chance to get together and discuss things that interest queer youth, have a sense of community, meet new people, and offer peer support.
Phone: 027 496-8847   Email: youthlinecommunity

PFLAGSouth
PFLAG South, for GLBT people and their parents, families and friends.
Monthly meetings at Community House (Moray Pl) on the 4th Monday of each month.
Email: PFlag South, Phone: 466-4600, Address: PO Box 5266, Dunedin.

Rainbow Families Meets on the first Saturday of the month for different activities.
Contact Barb on Rainbow Families or Phone: 453-1108 for more details.

UniQ Otago - your queer tertiary students network
For queer and queer students @ university/polytech and private training intuitions in Dunedin. Join uniQ by signing up on the uniQ mailing list. This is the latest and greatest what's on guide for Dunedin (non-students welcome to join).
UniQ also runs:
Email: UniQ Otago


Other Listings


Otago Gaily Times
A quarterly community based newspaper for the GLBT community in Dunedin. Online edition published 1-2 weeks after print circulation.
Website: http://www.geocities.com/otagogaily
Email: Otago Gaily Times


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