Flights from Brisbane to Dunedin

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Tue 16 Apr
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$564 ONE WAY
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Wed 17 Apr
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$571 ONE WAY
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Fri 19 Apr
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$581 ONE WAY
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Mon 22 Apr
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$564 ONE WAY
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Thu 25 Apr
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$644 ONE WAY
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Fri 26 Apr
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$664 ONE WAY
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Tue 30 Apr
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$570 ONE WAY
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Route information for flights from Brisbane to Dunedin

Cheapest one-way price for the current month from $564*
Cheapest one-way price over next 6 months from $381*
Cheapest month September 2024
Most expensive month September 2024
Average flight time 1h 15m

Dunedin Guide


Compare Cheap Brisbane to Dunedin Flights

If you’re heading to Dunedin on a hiking adventure or to tame the jagged trails on your newest ride, look for cheap flights from Brisbane to Dunedin on Webjet. Put the added savings toward an amazing excursion in the Otago Peninsula or to upgrade your gear for a day of surfing at St. Claire Beach. If you’re looking for a bit of relaxation, Dunedin has picturesque parks and botanical gardens certain to help you find peace and serenity in the busy city. No matter what brings you to the historic city, start your trip off right with cheap flights from Webjet.

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Best time to visit Dunedin


The best time to visit Dunedin

Dunedin’s southern island location experiences moderately cooler temperatures compared to some of New Zealand’s northern towns. Warm days from November through April average between15-17°C (59-66°F). While the days are pleasant for many outdoor excursions, nights can drop down to7°C (44°F).  Crowds flock to the shores between December and January to take advantage of the warm weather and sunshine. If you’re traveling during these months, book your excursions well in advance. Temperatures drop between May through October with days averaging between 8-12°C (46-53°F).  Crowds return to Dunedin from June through September so if you’re looking for hotels cheap flights from Brisbane to Dunedin book travel for May or October for the biggest savings.



Departing From Brisbane

Qantas is the only airline that offers a flight from Brisbane Airport (BNE) to Dunedin Airport (DUD) with only one stopover. The BNE to DUD flight is a little more than seven hours and includes one stopover in Christchurch (CHC).

Getting to Brisbane International Airport

Take the AirTrain to Brisbane Airport from the city centre to keep the most money in your pocket. The 20-minute ride costs $15 AUD. Uber or black and white taxis from the city centre to the airport cost $33AUD.

Parking at Brisbane International Airport


Leave your car behind in the safe and secure car parks at Brisbane Airport. Each lot includes 24 hour monitoring and provide easy access to the terminals.

Where to Park at Brisbane International Airport

Brisbane airport has three international car parks. If you pre-book your spaces prior to your BNE to DUD trip, you can save big money over the drive up rates.
·    Valet Parking: Ideal for quick and easy airport parking. Simply pull up to the valet stall on level 1 of the International Car Park and enjoy the short, 2-minute walk to the terminal.  Daily rates start $69 AUD. 
·    PARKLONG: Ideal for those looking for no-hassle, long-term parking that is close to the terminals. PARK LONG provides covered parking on levels 2 through 5 in the P2 International Car Park. Daily rates start at $39 AUD
·    AIRPARK: The cheapest parking at Brisbane Airport is with AIRPARK. Choose from covered or uncovered parking and use the complimentary shuttle to the terminals. Daily rates for covered or uncovered parking start at $29 AUD.


Arriving in Dunedin

  If your Australian passport is up to date, you won’t have any issues getting through customs at Dunedin Airport (DUD).

How to Get from Dunedin Airport to Your Dunedin Hotel or Accommodation

  Dunedin Airport (DUD) is 30 kilometres from the city centre. Many visitors use a taxi, shuttle or private car for airport transfer. Taxi fares to the city centre start at $75 NZD ($70 AUD) but be sure to confirm the price prior to leaving the airport. You can book a private car either before departing Brisbane or inside Dunedin Airport upon arrival. Fare for a private car starts at $85 NZD ($80 AUD). The cheapest airport transfer is with the Super Shuttle. One-way fare starts at $30 NZD ($28 AUD) but will vary depending on the number of passengers in your group.

Things to do


Things to do in Dunedin

A must-see for any visitor to Dunedin is the Otago Peninsula. The long, hilly part of land forms the easternmost part of Dunedin. The breath-taking drive in is enough to write home about but once you arrive, you will see why so many people visit. You are literally at the end of the world at Otago Peninsula. Bring along snacks and plenty of water as there are no shops or water facilities nearby.  Feed the ducks, let the children play, visit the aviary, or simply marvel at the tiered arrangements throughout the Dunedin Botanic Garden. Visit in November for spectacular views of the rhododendrons. If the weather is nice, grab your board and head to St. Claire Beach for a day of surf and sand. Don’t forget the sunscreen! Visit the Otago Museum for a day of natural history and science. The museum houses one of the largest collections in New Zealand and has an expansive butterfly garden for guests to learn and interact with nature.