Fly To Dunedin, New Zealand
New Zealand’s oldest city, Dunedin rests on its Scottish heritage. Its well-preserved Victorian and Edwardian architecture has earned the city the reputation of being one of the country’s four main centres of colonial history in the Otago and South Island regions and there is plenty for international visitors to enjoy here. The tranquil harbour setting, Larnach Castle, Speights Brewery, Otago Museum and its convenient proximity to wildlife are just some of the highlights Dunedin offers.
This thriving vibrant city showcases modernity with in its sidewalk cafés, restaurants, bars and an eclectic mix of shops that make for an upbeat entertainment capital in New Zealand.
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Visa Requirements & SA Embassy Details
- South African Passport holders don’t need a Visa to visit Dunedin, or anywhere else in New Zealand, for up to 90 days. Just make sure your passport is valid for 6 months after your return date, and that you have 3 blank pages available for entry stamps.
- The South African High Commission to New Zealand is situated in Wellington. Level 7, State Insurance Building, 1 Willis Street, Wellington, 6011. Phone: + 64 4 815 8484. E-mail: email@example.com. Website: sahc.org.au.
See and do
A fantastic opportunity to see the one of the world’s rarest colonies of penguins, the Royal Albatross and New Zealand sea lions are accessible within an easy drive of downtown Dunedin.
A wealth of museums and galleries tell the tale of the city’s history and heritage. The Flemish Renaissance-style Dunedin Railway Station, the University clock-tower building and the Gothic Revival Dominican Priory, Larnach Castle, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Otago Museum, the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame, the Gasworks Museum, and the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum are all well worth adding to one’s list of things to see and do in Dunedin.
A wonderful entertainment feature for both locals and visitors to this city is the Dunedin Farmers Market. The market has many hand crafted items, food, toys and books. At the Farmers Market visitors can leisurely browse through local food, plants, flowers and garden produce stalls.
Take in a tour of Speight's Brewery, one of Dunedin’s biggest commercial icons. The Speight's Heritage Centre highlights include informative tours on brewing beer and the history of the brewery.
Dunedin International Airport – DUD
Dunedin International Airport (code DUD), also known as Momona Airport, is about 30km south of downtown Dunedin. The airport serves Dunedin city and the Otago and South Island areas in New Zealand. A famous feature of the airport is its Southern Man sculpture which was a gift from Speight’s Brewery and created by Sam Mahon.
Food and beverage: Dunedin Airport has a large food court on Level 1 and a coffee shop on the ground floor.
Currency Exchange: Foreign exchange facilities can be in both terminals.
Lost Luggage: Lost hold luggage should be handled by your individual airline’s help desk. Report items lost or found within the airport terminal to Dunedin Airport authorities on (03) 486 2879.
Airport Hotels: There is no hotel on site. Hotels in close proximity to the airport include Silver Peaks Lodge Bed & Breakfast, Bella Vista Motel Mosgiel, Friends Hill Lodge, Longbourne Lodge Motel.
Car Hire: A2B, Avis, Budget, Europcar, Driven Rentals, Ezi-rent, Hertz, Jucy, Nationwide, Thrifty.