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$1,118 ONE WAY
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$1,118 ONE WAY
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|Cheapest one-way price over next 6 months||from $414|
|Cheapest month||November 2022|
|Most expensive month||June 2022|
|Average flight time||1h 50m|
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Dunedin Fringe Festival
The Dunedin Fringe Festival is the world’s southernmost festival of its kind. It celebrates local art and artists from all different genres over 11 days. Hundreds of arts events pop up in locations around the city during the Dunedin Fringe. You can attend theatre, comedy, live music, and dance performances if you book flights Brisbane to Dunedin for the festival. Book tickets to Dunedin from Brisbane in mid- to late March to attend the Dunedin Fringe Festival.
Each year, the people of Dunedin celebrate the official start to winter with the Midwinter Carnival. The vibrant festival is held on the winter solstice, which marks the shortest day and longest night of the year. A parade of large illuminated lanterns makes its way through the city streets, and performers and artists dress in elaborate costumes inspired by the winter season. After watching the parade, festival-goers can watch a fireworks display, listen to live music, and grab something to eat from a wide range of food stalls. Join in on the Midwinter Carnival festivities by booking cheap flights to Dunedin from Brisbane for the winter solstice in late June.
New Zealand International Science Festival
If you’re fascinated by the different areas of science, there’s no better time to book cheap flights Brisbane to Dunedin than during the New Zealand International Science Festival. There are more than 100 different events, including educational talks, scientific demonstrations, and hands-on activities for kids. The festival covers all different areas of modern and traditional science, including virtual reality technology, astronomy, animals and plants of the world, and the NZ environment. It happens for six days every other year. To attend, check out flights Brisbane to Dunedin in early July of even-numbered years.
What are Dunedin’s most famous landmarks and monuments?
Did you know you can see New Zealand’s only castle when you book cheap flights to Dunedin from Brisbane? The unique Larnach Castle was built in 1871 in a European Gothic Revival style. Today, visitors can tour the castle to view its impressive architecture and a collection of antique furniture that was popular in NZ in the late 1800s. The castle also has sprawling gardens that look out over the breathtaking landscapes of the Otago Peninsula. For a unique experience, you could even stay on the castle grounds at Larnach Lodge. Reserve a room through Webjet after booking Brisbane to Dunedin flights.
See one of the most scenic spots on the Otago coastline by visiting Tunnel Beach in between Brisbane to Dunedin return flights. The beach is bordered by dramatic sea-carved cliffs and rock arches. Another unique element to the beach is a hand-carved tunnel under the cliffs, which inspired the beach’s name. The tunnel leads to a secluded beach where you’ll find beautiful shells and maybe even some fragments of fossils. Explore Tunnel Beach by hiking along the 1200-metre Tunnel Beach Walkway.
Signal Hill is home to one of the most beautiful views you’ll find while visiting the Otago region with flights Brisbane to Dunedin. Signal Hill is located a short distance north of the city, right near the Dunedin Botanic Garden. You could drive to the top of Signal Hill, or park at the bottom and hike four kilometres (2.5 miles) to the summit. Once you reach the top, you’ll be treated to a 360° view over rolling hills, Dunedin’s CBD, and the Otago Harbour. Continue your hike into the neighbouring Burns Park Scenic Reserve, where visitors holidaying on Brisbane to Dunedin flights can spot seals and sea lions on the edge of the harbour.
What is the best way to get around Dunedin?
Cars are the most popular mode of transport across the Dunedin area. Renting a car in between Brisbane to Dunedin return flights will help you see the region the same way locals do. Many of the top attractions around the Dunedin and Otago region are best accessible with a car, so having a set of wheels will open up the possibilities of places you can go. After booking your cheap flights to Dunedin from Brisbane with Webjet, have a look at rental cars also available to book on Webjet. Rental cars can be picked up from Dunedin Airport (DUD) after you arrive on Brisbane to Dunedin flights.
If you’d prefer to catch public transport while holidaying on cheap flights Brisbane to Dunedin, there are 23 bus routes around the city and inner suburbs. Bus fare costs $2.60 NZD in the centre and $3.40 NZD around the inner suburbs. Taxis and Ubers are also widely available to catch when you book tickets to Dunedin from Brisbane.