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What's on in Dunedin?
Book your return flights to Dunedin in April and experience the city's Wild Dunedin Festival. It's a week-long event that celebrates both Earth Day and New Zealand's unique ecosystems. Use your tickets to Dunedin to attend wildlife sanctuary tours, workshops, seminars and exhibits. One of the most unique aspects of the event is its wild dining opportunity which uses only local wild produce to create meals. Wild Dunedin is an incredible event for any traveller interested in nature, conservation and living a more sustainable lifestyle.
Dunedin Midwinter Carnival
Pack your warmest coats to take with you on flights to Dunedin if you’re keen to attend Dunedin Midwinter Carnival. Held on the Saturday closest to the shortest day of the year, this massive event has plenty to see and do. Time your airfare to Dunedin for the event and fill up on delicious food, watch live music, get your thrills on amusement rides, and watch the carnival procession and its impressive fireworks display.
Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival
Founded in 2013, the Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival has quickly become a favourite on the local events calendar. It happens in November, and you'll want to grab tickets to the event quickly as it often sells out. Entry to the event will give you access to local wineries, cider makers and craft breweries from all over the country. Pair your chosen sips with food whipped up by top chefs and live music. Booked flights to Dunedin and are travelling with the kids? Bring them along. There's a special programme of events to keep little ones occupied.
NZ International Science Festival
Held every two years in Dunedin is the NZ International Science Festival. For an entire week, science lovers come to geek out on the latest theorems, ideas and conundrums. There are talks by international and local guest speakers, as well as science demonstrations and more. The event is organised to appeal to all ages, so is a great to-do option for holidaying families on cheap flights to Dunedin.
What are the best restaurants and cafes in Dunedin?
Located on Stuart Street, Morning Magpie is one of the best spots in the city to start your day. Come here in the morning for brews made from fresh-roasted fair trade beans and fill up on bagels topped with cream cheese and jam. Need something more substantial to get you through all that sightseeing you have planned with flights to Dunedin? Look to bagels filled with ham off the bone, seasonal vegetables, bacon and other flavourful combinations.
Vanguard Coffee Co
If your flights to Dunedin have fallen over a rainy day, and you want to curl up with a good book in a cafe, head on over to Vanguard Coffee Co. It's a sleek cafe with plenty of space and an extensive menu to satisfy your hunger as you wait for the bad weather to pass. For breakfast, try their crowd-favourite eggs benedict or the red velvet pancakes.
The Perc is one of the best cafes to visit if you’ve travelled on cheap flights to Dunedin over the winter months. Snap up a spot in front of the cosy fireplace, and warm up with a cup of joe. For travellers with strict dietary restriction who are buying flights to Dunedin, odds are you'll find something to eat on their menu. The cafe tries to cater for all diets, including vegan and gluten-free options. Order the smoked salmon bagel, or keep it classic with smashed avo on toast served with a side of chilli, lemon, sea salt and eggs.
How much time should I spend in Dunedin?
To get the most out of your return flights to Dunedin, it's best to spend at least three days in the city. It will give you more than enough time to see the main sights and soak up some of the city's surrounding natural beauty. As some of the top sights are outside of the city centre, renting a car with your return flights to Dunedin will go a long way. You can choose from what’s available at Dunedin International Airport (DUD) when you arrive or book your vehicle through Webjet. After settling into your hotel once arrived on your flights to Dunedin, spend your first day in the city exploring its cultural and historical attractions. Head to the Otago Museum, the Perpetual Guardian Planetarium and the Otago Community Trust Science Centre. All three are located in the same building, and there are family-friendly activities to keep even the youngest of travellers entertained. Allocate your second day in Dunedin to the Otago Peninsula. Here you'll find the Olveston Historic Home, and New Zealand's only castle, Larnach Castle, as well as plenty of wildlife-spotting opportunities. Use your final day in Dunedin to head to the Dunedin Railway Station, and buy a ticket for the Taieri Gorge Railway. The 116-kilometre journey winds past some of the region’s most spectacular scenery and is a wonderful way to end your trip to New Zealand's South Island, before heading back to Dunedin International Airport (DUD) to catch your flight home.