Flights from Dunedin to Sydney

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Mon 08 Jul
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$469 ONE WAY
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Tue 16 Jul
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$389 ONE WAY
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$389 ONE WAY
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Wed 24 Jul
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$389 ONE WAY
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Cheapest one-way price for the current month from $389*
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Sydney Guide

What should I know before visiting Sydney?

Public transport is capped at $2.80 AUD on Sundays

If you’re planning on taking a day trip out of the Harbour City while away on Dunedin to Sydney return flights, Sundays are the day to do it. On Sundays, public transport is capped at $2.80 AUD ($2.90 NZD). This applies to any trains, ferries, and buses that you may catch while holidaying on cheap flights Dunedin to Sydney. Catch a ferry to Manly, head down to the Royal National Park and sprawling southern beaches, or even take a train out to Katoomba in the Blue Mountains.

Sydney is right on the doorstep of mountains and national parks

If you’d like a break from the hustle and bustle, plan a day trip out of the city while visiting Australia on cheap flights to Sydney from Dunedin. The Blue Mountains are located west of Sydney and accessible by train from Central Station. Or you could hop in a rental car to witness the stunning nature of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park to the north or the Royal National Park to the south.

Each suburb has a unique personality

Central Sydney is broken up into a series of urban villages, and each one is unique. The suburb you stay in while holidaying on Dunedin to Sydney flights can influence the experience you’ll have. Upmarket suburbs like Double Bay and Darling Point have beautiful boutiques and harbour views; Surry Hills is teeming with stylish cafes; Newmarket is a hipster haven with student-friendly bars and restaurants, and Manly has a laid-back coastal vibe. When you book tickets to Sydney from Dunedin, you can browse accommodation in each of these suburbs through Webjet.

 

What is the best way to get around Sydney?

Thanks to a wide network of public transport, you’ll have no trouble getting around while holidaying on flights Dunedin to Sydney. Central Sydney and its suburbs have eight train lines with 175 different stations. Major stations include Circular Quay, Bondi Junction, Newtown, and Sydney Airport (SYD). Ferries are another form of transport and are the most scenic way to get around when you’re visiting the city on Dunedin to Sydney flights. You’ll see gorgeous harbour views from eight ferry lines while holidaying on Dunedin to Sydney flights. Each ferry passes through Circular Quay, and popular ferry destinations include Manly, Darling Harbour, and Watsons Bay. If you want to travel somewhere that’s not on the train or ferry map, Sydney has more than 600 bus routes that offer service to both tourist hubs and off-the-beaten-track spots.

No matter which transport method you choose while holidaying on flights Dunedin to Sydney, you’ll need an Opal transport card. These cards are free and can be topped up at train stations and many convenience stores around Sydney. The Opal card has a daily cap of $16.10 AUD ($16.80 NZD) Monday through Saturday, a cap of $2.80 AUD ($2.90 NZD) on Sundays, and a weekly cap of $50 AUD ($52.20 NZD).

 

What are the top tips for visiting Sydney with children?

Explore Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour is teeming with activities to enjoy when you book cheap flights to Sydney from Dunedin with kids. Catch a film at the 9D Action Cinemas, learn something new at the Australian National Maritime Museum, and rub elbows with your favourite celebrities at Madame Tussauds wax museum. As well as fun attractions to check out while holidaying on flights Dunedin to Sydney, there are a variety of world-class restaurants and shops to visit around Darling Harbour. If you’re in Sydney on a Saturday night, be sure to head over to Darling Harbour for its weekly fireworks display.

Spend time at Luna Park

Luna Park is a heritage-listed amusement park on the northern banks of Sydney Harbour. It was built in 1935 and quickly became one of the top destinations for families holidaying on cheap flights Dunedin to Sydney. The park is open year-round and features 23 rides that appeal to children and adults of all ages. In addition to rides, there’s an exciting calendar of events and sideshow games where kids can earn prizes. Spending a few hours at Luna Park is the perfect way to break up a day of sightseeing while holidaying on Dunedin to Sydney flights.

Take a surfing lesson at Bondi Beach

If you and the kids have never surfed, there’s no better time to try it than while visiting Australia on cheap flights to Sydney from Dunedin! There are dozens of gorgeous beaches around Sydney, but the most iconic spot to try surfing for the first time is Bondi Beach. There are a variety of different surf schools that teach people of all levels how to catch a wave. After learning to surf while holidaying on flights Dunedin to Sydney, continue soaking up the atmosphere of Bondi Beach by visiting one of the nearby cafes or the famous Icebergs infinity pool.