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The Bunkhouse Theatre shows a quirky 40minute film about Stewart Island, titled A LOCAL'S TAIL. A Local's Tail introduces local characters, community colour, and the struggles and triumphs of the island pioneers, both past and present. Producers...more
Visited here on April 1st...very friendly helpful folk...reccommended..they were promoting and showing a wonderful film called " No Ordinary Sheila" ..pity I did not have time to stay and see the film as the ferry I booked on was sailing the same time as the...More
We visited this wee gem of a theatre when we stayed at Stewart Island New Year 2018.
It is a beautiful wee theatre - a miniature of a large theatre and enjoyed the local movie - "A Locals Tail".
Unfortunately Lola the lovely dog/owner was...More
Visited this great little theatre with local version on the history and background of Stewart Island and South Island of NZ. Produced and edited by the owners (primarily) the ~45 minuted film was well worth the effort. Much local pictures and history, with colourful narration
We unfortunately were too late for the show, but what a way to see Stewart Island by a little yellow tuk tuk with Aussie Pete.
He was a fantastic guide, made us laugh, we learnt so much.
This really is a must do.
Great way to spend an hour on a wet afternoon. Quaint movie, good insight into history and Island development and industries over time. Loved the fire fighter bit at the end. Could watch those guys in a movie of their own!
Super friendly owners, lovely...More
A quirky 40 minute film seen through the eyes of a dog giving much history and information about Stewart Island. A must see, particularly if it’s raining and walking wouldn’t be much fun.
An added bonus is Lola ringing the bell announcing the start of...More
Would highly recommend the film gives a great insight to Stewart islands history and people. Popcorn machine 2$ for a bag was yum. I didn't realise Lola had such a deep voice thou! Haha got to meet the star and give her some pats such...More