AYU Community Space : Dunedin Fringe Festival

AYU Community Space

7 Crawford Street

Wheelchair / Accessible Access

This venue is not wheelchair accessible. There are four steps between the street and the main door, and there is no secondary step-free entrance. The main door is 710mm wide when one door is open, and 1420mm when both are open. The AYU space is on the ground floor, and the doors to their space are 760mm or 1520mm (one / both doors). The performance space itself is through a further doorway that is 1500mm wide.


This venue has a wheelchair accessible bathroom. The bathrooms are accessible via a lift. We did not gather any additional information about the dimensions of the bathrooms.

Approach to Venue

This venue is accessed off the street. There are no reserved accessible parking spaces, but there is plenty of on-street parking.

Service Dogs

Service dogs are welcome at this venue.


If you have any questions about the accessibility of this venue, please email Jasmin at ayu.dunedin@gmail.com.

Events this Year

Mana Wāhine: Exhibition and Workshop
Past Event

Mana Wāhine: Exhibition and Workshop

Creative art workshop and multimedia exhibition by two emerging female Māori artists exploring our connection to Papatūānuku and female empowerment

Price Exhibition: Free Workshop: $10 - $25
Dates 17th , 18th March
Venue AYU Community Space

Toi Māori Storytelling Visual Art Workshop

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About Us

Dunedin Fringe's mission is to provide platforms for creative expression that help nurture communities. We produce the Dunedin Fringe Festival, Amped Music Project and New Zealand Young Writers Festival annually, curate the White Box Gallery, and manage performing arts venue Te Whare o Rukutia and the Dunedin Community Gallery.

Our Contacts

Dunedin Fringe Arts Trust
PO Box 1331
Dunedin 9054
New Zealand

03 477 3350