Dunedin's first Free Public Library opened in 1908, and was funded by American benefactor Andrew Carnegie. Situated at 110 Moray Place, the library offered a reference service only.
Due to proximity limitations and commercial redevelopment, there's no cache there, but it's worth a visit at S45 52.464 E170 30.091
Today, we tend to forget that before the Internet, information came not from boxes with buttons and a screen, but from ink on paper, carefully catalogued and available to all.
So, here's a cache to remind us that while the cacher may still need to get information from that box with a screen, the paper style is far from outdated, and a large volume of information, entertainment, and history resides in carefully managed paper&ink storage mechanisms! So now you must return to begin your latest search.
WP1 accessible Monday to Friday: 9.30am - 8.00pm; Weekend: 11.00am - 4.00pm. Final available 24/7
Placed with kind permission at both start and final.