An incident during which a child fell into a pool at the
Dunedin Chinese Garden has sparked a full health and safety
review, and the need to increase staffing is likely to add to
financial pressures on the garden.
The gates to the Dunedin Chinese Garden could soon be thrown
open, as part of a new scheme offering Dunedin ratepayers
free access to the city's cultural attractions while tourists
are required to pay.
Revellers (from left) Kate de Lautour (11), Grace de Lautour
(9), Ellice Lawton (6) and Charlotte de Lautour (6) get into
the spirit of the occasion at the Moon Festival celebrations
held at the Dunedin Chinese Garden at the weekend.