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Flights From Dunedin to Darwin

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What are the major events and festivals in Darwin?

Mindil Beach Sunset Market

Booking cheap flights to Darwin from Dunedin over the autumn and winter period, you can visit the Mindil Beach Sunset Market. Running from the end of May until October, the bustling beach market features over 200 stalls, from food trucks offering delicious local and international cuisine to various arts and crafts stalls showcasing Darwin’s vibrant local culture. With flights from Dunedin to Darwin, you’ll also get the chance to taste local Darwin delicacies at their freshest, including kangaroo, barramundi and even crocodile, all with the stunning backdrop of a Northern Territory sunset.

Darwin Street Art Festival

Art lovers should consider booking Dunedin to Darwin flights in June. The Darwin Street Art Festival takes place in June and is a great way to see local art while exploring the city. Launched in 2017 as an initiative by the Northern Territory Major Events Company, various street art murals can be found throughout Darwin’s CBD on Austin Lane, Bennett Street, West Lane and Knuckey Street.

Darwin Festival

There’s possibly no better time to arrive on cheap flights from Dunedin to Darwin than during the Darwin Festival in August. If you’re looking for an escape from New Zealand’s chilly winter, then snatch up some tickets to Darwin from Dunedin when the festival is on. Not only will you be able to enjoy balmy Darwin evenings, but you’ll be surrounded by outdoor festivities showcasing the best dance, music and visual arts that the city has to offer. Unwind in Festival Park with a delicious dinner and some drinks, see a concert at the Bamboo Bandstand or go dancing with family and friends at the famous open-air big top, The Lighthouse. The festival takes place over 18 days and nights, so make sure your Dunedin to Darwin return flights overlap with this dazzling Northern Territory festival. 

Great Northern Darwin Cup

The Great Northern Darwin Cup is the pinnacle of horse racing in the Northern Territory, making for a great excuse to get dressed up during your Dunedin to Darwin trip. As one of the largest sporting events in the Northern Territory, broadcast to over 40 countries, expect to see extravagant fashion statements, witness enthralling races and experience unparalleled hospitality when your flights from Dunedin to Darwin bring you to the city. It’s not all about racing either; there’s also an eight day carnival to accompany the event. If you’re looking to book flights from Dunedin to Darwin, and don’t want to miss the big event, make sure you travel at the beginning of August.

 

What should I pack for my stay in Darwin?

Dry Season

With Dunedin to Darwin flights, you’ll need to pack differently than if you were travelling to other regions of Australia. That’s because Darwin is located in the far north of Australia, which means you’ll experience warm tropical weather all year round. Winter is a perfect time to book cheap flights to Darwin from Dunedin for some sun. This is the dry season in the Northern Territory, meaning there’s little chance of rain and temperatures sit at a balmy 31°C, so shorts and t-shirts are exactly what you’ll need. The dry season begins in May and lasts until the end of September, leaving you plenty of time to book Dunedin to Darwin return flights. 


Wet Season

Darwin’s warmest months tend to be October and November, with average temperatures of about 34°C during the day and 25°C at night. Rainfall is still quite rare during early spring - averaging between one and four days - making it another great time to purchase tickets to Darwin from Dunedin. The wet season starts around this time, continuing to the end of April and is characterised by high humidity, storms and monsoonal rains. It’s still very warm - average temperatures range from 25°C to 32°C - and humidity can exceed 80%. While it’s still a lot warmer than Dunedin, you might want to pack a rain jacket. January is the wettest month, with an average of 17 days of rain. If the elements don’t faze you, then the wet season can be a really good opportunity to find cheap flights from Dunedin to Darwin. It’s less crowded, you’ll be more likely to be able to book a table at the city’s best restaurants and locals will be grateful for your business during the off-season.

 

What’s the cost of visiting Darwin?

Darwin is one of the cheaper cities to visit in Australia. On average, visitors tend to spend about $136 AUD ($146 NZD) a day. Broken down, you can expect meals for one day to cost you around $46 AUD ($49 NZD), giving you an excuse to splurge on some fancy restaurants when you book flights to Darwin from Dunedin. Transport is affordable as well, coming in at approximately $15 AUD ($16 NZD) a day, while average hotel prices for a couple are $152 AUD ($164 NZD) per night. While affordability is a major reason for booking flights Dunedin to Darwin, it’s also just a great opportunity to see a very unique part of Australia, and somewhere completely different from the climate you’re used to in Dunedin.

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