Wednesday, 1 October 2008

I'll be senior, I'm off to Palmerston

(Photo: Wikimedia Commons -- The peak of Puketapu dominates Palmerston.)

Senior citizens living in the Blueskin Bay area get the best deal in
greater Dunedin with the new free off-peak bus travel scheme which
started yesterday (Wednesday 1 October). Passengers with over-65ers'
or veterans' Super Gold Cards and Otago Regional Council Go Cards (you
need to carry both) can fit in a three-hour morning in Palmerston,
where they could enjoy the famous pies, the shopping (they have TWO
4-Square supermarkets!), a cool drink at the railway station bar and a
visit to the butterflies, all at zero transport cost. The Palmerston
Minibus Services bus leaves every weekday just after 9am from Waitati
and Evansdale and comes back at lunch time.

Bus details:

by Peter Dowden

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