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What are the best places to stay in Queenstown?
If you’re looking to stay in the centre of the action while holidaying on Dunedin to Queenstown flights, there’s no better spot than accommodation in the CBD. This area is home to many of Queenstown’s best restaurants, cafes, and shops. Its central location also means it has easy access to Lake Wakatipu and the mountains around Queenstown. The CBD is compact, so you’ll have no trouble getting around on foot while holidaying on cheap flights to Queenstown from Dunedin. Major attractions you’ll find around the CBD include Queenstown Gardens, Marine Parade, and the base of the Skyline Gondola.
Fernhill is scenically located at the foot of Ben Lomond mountain and on the banks of Lake Wakatipu. It’s a hub for outdoor activities, but it’s also just a stone’s throw away from the centre of Queenstown. Fernhill is the ideal neighbourhood to stay in between Dunedin to Queenstown return flights if you’re hoping to take advantage of the outdoor opportunities in the city. It has access to several hiking and cycling tracks, including the Ben Lomond Track and Arawata Terrace Track. Its location on the shores of Lake Wakatipu also means you can enjoy a variety of water activities like kayaking and paddle boarding.
If you want to experience the adventurous side to the region, consider staying in Arthurs Point while holidaying on cheap flights Dunedin to Queenstown. Arthurs Point is located north of Queenstown CBD and is bordered by the Shotover River. From Arthurs Point, you’ll have easy access to the thrill-seeking activities that Queenstown is known for. Get your heart pumping by jet boating or white water rafting along the Shotover River, or enjoy some relaxation at the Onsen Hot Pools. Arthurs Point feels secluded from the city centre, but it’s only a quick five-minute drive to the restaurants and shops of Queenstown’s CBD.
When is the best time to visit Queenstown?
Queenstown is an all-year holiday destination, and no matter when you book cheap flights Dunedin to Queenstown, you’re sure to have an amazing time. If you plan summer flights Dunedin to Queenstown, expect plenty of sunshine and daytime temperatures that reach about 22°C. This is the ideal time to visit to take advantage of water activities and adventure sports around the Queenstown area. If you’re a ski enthusiast, look into Dunedin to Queenstown flights for the winter. Temperatures can dip below 0°C, and snow is common. This makes for perfect skiing conditions on the mountains around Queenstown. Both summer and winter are high seasons in Queenstown. People flock to the region for the sun or the snow, and hotel rates tend to increase.
For a good deal on accommodation and fewer tourists, book cheap flights to Queenstown from Dunedin in spring or autumn. Crisp temperatures of about 15°C allow visitors to hike comfortably. If you book flights Dunedin to Queenstown in spring, you’ll also get the chance to see blossoms breathing colour into the Queenstown Gardens. On the other hand, booking Dunedin to Queenstown flights for the autumn means you’ll see vibrant foliage blanketing the mountains around Queenstown.
What is the cost of visiting Queenstown?
There are several costs to consider when you book tickets to Queenstown from Dunedin. Once you’ve booked Dunedin to Queenstown flights, book your hotel and rental car through Webjet too. On average, a four-star hotel room in central Queenstown costs about $200 NZD per night. The centre of Queenstown is easy to explore on foot, but you’ll want a car if you plan to go further afield. Book a rental car to pick up from Queenstown Airport (ZQN) as soon as your flights Dunedin to Queenstown arrive. Rental cars start from about $40 NZD per day. If you’d prefer to catch public transport from place to place, that’s also an option. Paper tickets for the bus cost $5 NZD, but if you use a GoCard transport card, the fare drops down to $2 NZD per ride.
Some of the major costs you’ll come across while holidaying on flights Dunedin to Queenstown are related to entertainment. A ride on the popular Skyline Gondola costs $44 NZD for adults and $26 NZD for children. Lake Wakatipu is a major attraction in Queenstown, and the best way to see it is from the water. Kayak rentals cost about $25 NZD for 45 minutes. Queenstown is often seen as a hotspot for adventure sports, with one of the most popular activities being the Shotover Canyon Swing. A ride on the swing costs $250 NZD. Finally, you may wish to take a side trip to the gorgeous Milford Sound while holidaying on cheap flights to Queenstown from Dunedin. Budget about $200 NZD per person for a guided tour of Milford Sound departing from Queenstown.