Are the Dunedin buses still free?
“It’s really simple: the buses are completely free to all passengers, all day. You don’t have to have a vaccination card or be travelling on a particular route. You don’t even need to tag on with your Bee Card, but you must still wear a face covering on the bus and scan on using the NZ COVID Tracer app.
Is there a bus from Dunedin Airport?
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Dunedin Airport and arriving at Dunedin. Services depart twice daily, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 35 min. Dunedin Airport (DUD) to Dunedin bus services, operated by InterCity, depart from Dunedin Airport station.
How much is the bus from Queenstown to Dunedin?
The cheapest way to get from Queenstown to Dunedin is to bus which costs $35 – $55 and takes 4h 24m.
How much is a bus from Dunedin to Wanaka?
The cheapest way to get from Dunedin to Wanaka is to bus which costs $35 – $60 and takes 5h 5m.
Do I need mask for bus?
But anyone who uses the Underground or buses will know lots of people are not wearing masks despite what the rules say. Unless you have an exemption – the new rules mean TfL have made it a condition of carriage to wear a mask. That means it is not a legal requirement and so they can’t give out any fines.
Can I use my gold card on Dunedin buses?
That means you must have a Bee Card and load your SuperGold details on it to get your concession when travelling on the bus. Use your card to tag on and off to get the fare. You can also ask the driver to help you using your Bee Card.
How much is the Dunedin airport shuttle?
Dunedin Airport Shuttle Service These van services are highly recommended and economical since they pick or drop customers to or from their residence door step to the airport while charging only about $30 per customer.
How do I get from Dunedin airport to the city?
Dunedin Airport The airport is located 22km west of central Dunedin and the drive takes approximately 30 minutes. There are shuttles, taxis and corporate limousine services providing a transfer between the airport and the city.
What is there to see between Lake Tekapo and Dunedin?
Best stops along Lake Tekapo to Dunedin drive
- Peel Forest Horse Trekking. Horseback riding service.
- Church of the Good Shepherd. On 4 lists.
- The Sheepdog Memorial. Sculpture.
- Gem Alpaca Stud. Nature & Parks.
- Geraldine Observatory. Observatory.
- Geraldine Cinema.
- Geraldine Vintage Car & Machinery Club Museum.
- Caroline Bay Association.
What is there to do between Dunedin and Queenstown?
On the most direct route from Queenstown to Dunedin the best stops are Arrowtown, Kawarau Gorge, Champagne Gully, Clutha River, Clyde, Alexandra, Bellview Wetlands Reserve, Mt Stuart Reserve, and Lake Waihola.
What is there to do between Wanaka and Haast?
What are the best places to stop between Wanaka and Franz Josef?
- Lake Hawea.
- Lake Wanaka Lookout (just after “The Neck”)
- The Blue Pools.
- Haast Pass Lookout.
- Fantail Falls.
- Thunder Creek Falls.
- Haast River lookout.
- Roaring Billy Falls.
Are there buses in Wanaka?
Transport in Wanaka is generally modern, friendly and affordable. Wanaka public transport options may include buses, taxis, trains, flights or ferries. Alternatively hire a rental car, motorbike or motorhome.
How do I get from Christchurch to Dunedin?
Buses from Christchurch to Dunedin depart from outside the Bus Exchange on Lichfield Street and arrive at 331 Moray Place, Platform K, outside Countdown Supermarket. Search for a bus from Christchurch to Dunedin with New Zealand’s #1 national bus network.
Where do Ōtautahi Christchurch services go?
Services arrive in Christchurch outside the Bus Exchange on Lichfield Street, with ongoing connections throughout the South Island including Hanmer Springs, Picton, Interislander Ferry and Nelson. There’s always something new to explore in Ōtautahi Christchurch.
What to do in Christchurch in one day?
Street art enlivens the city, and green spaces abound where you can rest and recharge. Some of the popular things to do in Christchurch include swimming, surfing and picnicking at one of the local beaches, punting on the Ōtākaro Avon River or taking to one of the nearby ski slopes for a day on the snow!
Where is Dunedin located?
Located on the south east coast of the South Island, Dunedin is nestled in picturesque tree-clad hills at the head of the Otago Harbour, sheltered by the stunning Otago Peninsula.