Cromwell’s Heritage Precinct is full of charming old buildings that date back to the 1860’s gold rush in Central Otago. I’d never been to Cromwell until recently but would be keen to go back. The construction of the Clyde Dam created Lake Dunstan, which consumed part of the old Cromwell town. Some of the historic buildings were saved or rebuilt to create the heritage precinct. Just out of frame to the left as I took this photograph is the banks of the Clutha River – Mata-Au. Scott’s Bakery is on 71 Melmore Terrace and today is Hullabaloo Artspace. A collective of 15 local artists.