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Dunedin Nepalese Society

Dunedin Nepalese Society is a non-profit incorporated society formed and registered on 8 April 2019. Below is the current executive body to run society.

Who are we: 

We are the Nepalese by ethnicity, living in Dunedin who have migrated on work visas or come as students. We aim to promote and preserve Nepalese identity, culture and tradition; strengthen friendship and relationship with Tangata whenua and Mana whenua and other New Zealand societies to help our community members better integrate with New Zealand society and culture. We work closely with other New Zealand based Nepalese societies, including Non-Resident Nepali Association, New Zealand.

What Dunedin means to us:

We are the Nepalese by ethnicity, living in Dunedin who have migrated on work visas or come as students. We aim to promote and preserve Nepalese identity, culture and tradition; strengthen friendship and relationship with Tangata whenua and Mana whenua and other New Zealand societies to help our community members better integrate with New Zealand society and culture. We work closely with other New Zealand based Nepalese societies, including Non-Resident Nepali Association, New Zealand.

A capture of Nepalese attending one of DNS’s event in Dunedin, NZ.