You are not permitted to download, save or email this image. Visit image gallery to purchase the image. News Dunedin 0 Comments Butchers at Fresh Choice in Rosyln, Dunedin, walk along Highgate during a break to have a look at the snow. Photo by Stephen Jaquiery Wanaka looking pretty. Photo by Vic Haydon Waiting to go out in Mornington. Photo by Hamish McNeilly Stephen street, Halfway Bush, yesterday and today. Photo by Chantal Tarr Hazel's winter wonderland in Opoho. Photo by Mike Parkes The boy racers had fun up here last night! Spiers Road, Halway Bush. Photo by Muz Queenstown snow. Photo by Stephen Inglis My 2 year old son Riley on our deck in Balclutha. Photo by Nikki Tomlinson Strathore Farm Lawrence. Snow in Dunedin's campus area. Photo by David Xie Arrowtown this morning. Photo by Jo Weir Arrowtown Pharmacy after last night's snow storm. Photo by Colin French Jack (almost 3) enjoying the snow in Roslyn. Photo by Arlene McDowell My 2 year old Isobel thrilled to be in the snow! Photo by Anne Scott Snow in Halfway Bush. Photo by Akmal Barikzai Hi, we have snow too! Jan MacKenzie, Ranfurly Stijn Lamberts (12) playing snowball with his mates at Upper Junction! Photo by Regis Lamberts Wanaka looking lovely in the snow. Photo by Lucy Ibbotson At Arrowtown Primary School, closed today, are (l-r): Willi Stanley (5), Charlie Stanley (9), Oscar Stanley (7), Max Frew (9), Austin Watts (9), Sam Little (9) and Lucca Spring (9). Photo Toby Stanley Early morning snow at Aitken's Folly vineyard in Wanaka. Photo Ian Percy Snow at my place, looking out to Blueskin Bay. Photo Elliot Blyth Photo Elliot Blyth View from Consultancy House Dunedin. Photo by Tony Eyre. Photos of the snow we got over night at our place in Lee Stream! Photo by Corrin McInnes Here's some of the best photos after the South woke to a snowy start to the day. Snow closes roads and schools Be sure to scroll through the thumbnails to see all the photos in the gallery. Comment now Related Stories Name suppression for machete accused Progress on Caversham health hub Cyclists answer call to breakfast Otago schools above average Broken glass spurs cleanup 4000 meet Six60 Students upset at assaults Mondelez request outrages ORC mulls office site Cadbury meeting: 'farcical' and 'constructive' Marked albatross part of Auckland Islands study Excellence awards for varsity staff More Add a Comment Login or register to post comments.