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What are the top experiences in Dunedin?
The Octagon is an amazing, eight-sided plaza located in the centre of the city. St Paul's Anglican Cathedral is at the top of the plaza, while Town Hall and Dunedin City Art Gallery are just below it. Paying homage to the city’s Scottish heritage, there’s also a statue of the country’s most famous poet Robbie Burns at the centre of the plaza’s gardens. It’s been there since 1886 and is where the city’s poetry competition takes place every year. If you have any Scottish heritage, it’s definitely worth booking flights New Plymouth to Dunedin for the city’s historic appeal.
Otago Settlers Museum
The Otago Settlers Museum is another place worth adding to your holiday itinerary. Located on Cumberland Street, the museum provides a chronological history of Dunedin and the Otago region. If you are booking flights from New Plymouth to Dunedin with family, there’s plenty for kids to enjoy too. There’s a recreated immigrant ship from the 1870s, an amazing exhibition on local Maori culture and an eye-opening exploration into the Chinese population that settled in the city during the 19th century gold rush.
Visitors with tickets to Dunedin from New Plymouth will love the city’s Farmers Market. Located just outside Dunedin's iconic railway station, the markets take place every Saturday and feature some of the best local produce in the region, from local cheeses to delicious stone fruits and strawberries.
University of Otago
Dunedin is famous for being a university city, so all visitors with New Plymouth to Dunedin return flights should visit Otago University at least once. Unlike most of the new universities in New Zealand, it’s far more like one of the ancient Scottish or English institutions, famous for its Victorian-style architecture, so is well worth a visit.
Where should first-time travellers visit in Dunedin?
Speights in Dunedin
Many New Zealanders will tell you that Speights is one of the best beers in the world, so no trip to Dunedin would be complete without a visit to the Speights brewery in Dunedin. It’s a popular tourist attraction, so be sure to book your spot in advance once you’ve booked flights from New Plymouth to Dunedin. The tour shows you how the famous beer is made and the history of the brewery, and ends in a pub where you can enjoy plenty of free tasters.
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Baldwin Street is the steepest street in the world. As a result, it’s become very popular with visitors over the years. It has a 38% gradient, making it a pretty challenging walk no matter how fit you are. Depending on the time of year you book flights from New Plymouth to Dunedin, you might also get to witness or even take part in one of the annual races up and down the hill.
Royal Albatross Centre at Taiaroa Head
If your New Plymouth to Dunedin flight brings you to the city for a few days, then you might have time to visit the Royal Albatross Centre. Approximately 50 minutes north of Dunedin, the centre gives you the opportunity to see the huge royal albatross in its natural habitat. The area is set up to protect the albatross so in order to view them, you’ll be taken into a large soundproofed cabin with windows. If you’re lucky, you may also be able to see albatross chicks in the nests with their mother.
What are the best restaurants in Dunedin?
Situated in Dunedin’s historic Warehouse Precinct, Moiety serves a delicious five-course menu built around the region’s incredible local produce. Renowned for its superb hospitality and service, Moiety is a great restaurant to visit if you have flights from New Plymouth to Dunedin booked with your partner.
Plato is a casual eatery popular with locals and visitors with flights from New Plymouth to Dunedin. It’s located on the waterfront, making it a favourite among couples in search of a relaxing evening meal.
Burger fans with New Plymouth to Dunedin flights should add a visit to Good Good to their must-do list. The retro restaurant is loved by locals for having some of the tastiest beef burgers in Dunedin. There’s a wide selection of beers and wines to choose from, but if you want to embrace the American aesthetic, don’t forget to try the milkshakes.