The flight from London to Dunedin takes a little over 24 hours, which includes two stopovers en route. Your departure airport will almost certainly be London Heathrow, although this of course depends on the airline you choose. Heathrow is very well served by public transport, especially tube and train. The best way to find a cheap flight is by searching online. Your first stopover is likely to be in Singapore, Hong Kong or Tokyo. From there, you may need to change in Christchurch or Auckland - from which it's a relatively short flight to Dunedin. The airport at Dunedin is relatively small with just one terminal building. There are no bus or train services from the airport but shuttle vans and taxis are available for a relatively modest price. The airport lies around 12.4 miles from the city centre.
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In its heyday at the start of the 20th century, the city's railway station was the busiest in the country. Today, only a handful of trains use the station each day, mainly those on sightseeing trips to the small town of Middlemarch. The station is also the terminus for shuttle vans to and from the airport.2 Botanic Garden
The Botanic Garden, in the north of the city, is located on the spur of Signal Hill. It is popular with students from the nearby university campus. In 2010 the garden was awarded the status of 'Garden of International Significance', one of only five in New Zealand.3 Otago Museum
Otago Museum is located in the heart of the city adjacent to the university campus. It attracts almost half a million visitors a year and houses one of the largest collections of artifacts anywhere in New Zealand. One of the museum's most popular attractions is its tropical butterfly rainforest greenhouse.4 Cadbury World
The world's second Cadbury World opened here in 2003 and tours of the factory are now one of the city's most popular tourist attractions. There are three tours available, each of which offer different samples of solid and molten chocolate. In December of each year, the factory hosts a Santa's Grotto where children can have their picture taken with Santa Claus.5 Chinese Garden
The city's Chinese Garden is centrally located, a short distance from the railway station. The garden celebrates and commemorates the contribution of the Chinese people to Dunedin and its surrounding area. The city has had a sizeable population of Chinese descent since the Gold Rush in the 1860s.