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Dunedin New Zealand Travel Guide
Dunedin is one of the hottest ecotourism spots, and is home to the mainland royal albatross colony and several penguin and seal colonies lie within the city boundaries on the Otago Peninsula.
Its name is derived from Dùn Èideann, the Scottish Gaelic name for Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland.
To the north of the city, above Waitati, is the 307 ha Orokonui Ecosanctuary, a ‘mainland island’, where rare species of wildlife – birds, lizards and plants – have been reintroduced and now thrive in the predator-free environment. To the south, on the western side of Lake Waihola, are the Sinclair Wetlands.
Want some beach experience? Head to St Clair Beach. It is widely popular amidst tourists for surfing venue. Windsurfers and kitesurfers move to the basin area.
Moana Pool, Port Chalmers Pool, Mosgiel and St Clair Salt Water Pool are the four major pools where you can chill down and relax.
Airport in Dunedin New Zealand
Dunedin Airport (IATA: DUD, ICAO: NZDN), officially Dunedin International Airport, and colloquially known as Momona Airport, is an international airport in the Otago region of the South Island serves the Dunedin city and the Otago and Southland regions. It is located adjacent to the village of Momona on the Taieri Plains approximately 22 kilometres south west of Dunedin CBD. It is the sixth busiest airport in New Zealand by passengers.
- Queenstown International Airport
Queenstown Airport (IATA: ZQN, ICAO: NZQN) is located in Frankton, Otago and is 8 km (5.0 mi) from the Queenstown CBD. Handling a record 2.25 million passengers in 2018, the airport ranked as the fourth busiest airport in New Zealand.
Nonstop Flights to Dunedin New Zealand
Neither major nor any low-cost airlines operate nonstop flights to Dunedin. All flights are connecting so mind the location of the flight-interchange airport and the layover time. In case of long layover, check the fare rules to know whether any accommodation is offered by the airline.
How Long is the Flight to Dunedin New Zealand?
If this is your first flight to Dunedin, you are likely to have this question like many. The table below lists flight distance and flight time from US cities or airports.
| Flight Route || Flight Distance || Flight Time |
| From Los Angeles to Dunedin || 7,070 miles/11378 km || 14 hours 38 minutes |
| From New York to Dunedin || 9,256 miles/14896 km || 19 hours 1 minute |
| From Philadelphia to Dunedin || 9,177 miles/14769 km || 18 hours 51 minutes |
| From Miami to Dunedin || 8,376 miles/13481 km || 17 hours 15 minutes |
| From Atlanta to Dunedin || 8,516 miles/13705 km || 17 hours 32 minutes |
While calculating the flight time, we have made an assumption that the aircraft is flying with a speed of 500 miles per hour (804.67 km).
Best Times to Visit Dunedin New Zealand
The plain answer is Dunedin. Depending on the type of vacation experience you want, you can choose the month of your visit. Its location in the Southern Hemisphere, means you are going to have an opposite seasons here. Experience summer between November and April. Unless you are focused on the Thanksgiving, Christmas or other festivals falling during the time, avoid clashing your dates with them.
The winter months from June to September attract a large number of adventure. This is the best time to enjoy winter sports and activities.
How to book cheap flights to Dunedin New Zealand
Here are some simple yet proven flight booking hacks to help you save more and travel in a budget.
- The cheapest day of departure and arrival
Mid-weekdays from Tuesday through Thursday are the cheapest days to fly in Quito. Visiting the city on the weekend could be costlier as Quito is one of the most visited weekend destinations in the Americas. International visitors, as well as locals, throng in the city on weekends.
- The cheapest months to holiday in Dunedin
March and April are the cheapest months to visit Quito. These are the months with the highest rainfall. The number of rainy days could be as many as 15. However, the place is fortunate when it comes to sunshine. The average daylight hour remains 12 round-the-year.
- The cheapest time of the day to leave for Dunedin
Give competitors a run for their money by confirming your plane ticket to Dunedin with a redeye flight. These hours not benefit you in terms of affordability but also helps you with a safe travel. The atmosphere stays calm and quiet in the night and early morning hours.