Dunedin is a city in New Zealand. Dunedin is located in South Island in the country in Otago region. Dunedin was inhabited by the Maori for centuries. Dunedin is an industrialized city with emphasis in manufacturing, publishing, education and technology industries. Education is an important part of Dunedin's overall makeup as students represent 22% of Dunedin's population. Dunedin has also previously been regarded as City of Literature by UNESCO in 2014.
Dunedin Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Which season should I buy a ticket to Dunedin for?
A. Dunedin is great to visit in summer and fall months. During this time airline ticket and accommodation rates can be significantly little low. Spring in Dunedin starts in October and autumn starts in May. You wrists also buy a ticket for summer (November to April), however the ticket can be costly doing this time. The weather in winter turns mildly chilly but they are still at the dealer of things to do in winter. The ticket can also become expensive during Easter weekend , and from December to March.
Q. What can one do in Dunedin?
A. Dunedin is New Zealand's oldest city therefore has a lot of history. There is a lot of Victorian and Edwardian architecture in the city. At the same time, there are modern and trendy bars, stores, restaurants, and cafes. Is unique blend of history and culture with modernity is a must see. You can also enjoy exotic wildlife in the city and view animals such as penguins, sea lions, and albatrosses. Some must visit tourist attractions include Otago Peninsula, Dunedin Railway Station, Dunedin Botanic Garden, Otago Museum, Tunnel Beach, Olveston, and Cadbury World
Q. What documents will I need to visit Dunedin?
A. To visit Dunedin make sure that you have a valid passport, visa if required, and an airline ticket. Your passport should be valid for at least six months and have blank pages for visa and arrival stamps. People from certain nationalities do not need a visa or can get it on the arrival. Make sure you check the visa requirements New Zealand when planning your vacation. Also, keep your ticket in a safe place so you do not lost it. Keeping an electronic copy of the ticket in your email is also helpful.