The boys and Bongo Outside Palmah HQ - George Street 2018
Hailing from the decrepit and disreputable streets of North Dunedin, tucked away in a frigid corner of New Zealand, Palmah was born into a culture and community which cannot be explained, only experienced. As with any upbringing, it took a piece of every soul that raised it and continues to do so as it evolves into the future.
Mako Road at Palmah Charity Party l - Castle Street, Dunedin, 2018
Like Dunedin, Palmah stems from the deep rooted desire to bring human's together into one eccentric being. It is a wine shared with friends that goes into the dawn of a new day. An aura which you can neither see nor touch, but feel.
Loose and Colourful at Palmah Charity Party lll - Historic Transit House North Dunedin, 2020
From seed to tree, the Palmah whānau has grown from its original two brothers, to a melting pot of artists, surfers, skaters, muso’s, neighbours, strangers and anyone in between that we are blessed to call our friends today.
With a strong ethos for the continued health of people and planet, Palmah uses solely eco-friendly materials and is planting trees around the world to achieve carbon neutrality. With a sustainable future in mind, we hope to ensure that our playground stays happy and healthy for many generations to come.
Welcome to the whānau, we’re stoked to have ya!