Known as the 'Edinburgh of the South', Dunedin is located on the South Island of New Zealand and is one of the best-preserved Victorian and Edwardian cities in the Southern Hemisphere. The city has a strong Scottish culture; the founding settlers came from Scotland, and as the rugged landscape and picturesque hills surrounding the area reminded them of the Midlothian countryside they called home, they named the area Dunedin, deriving from the Scottish Gaelic name for Edinburgh (DÃƒÂ¹n ÃƒË†ideann). The New Zealand city is also known for its large student population, great selection of bars and restaurants, and beautiful natural landscape. Ensure your trip to or from Dunedin gets off to a great start by booking your airport transfer on Jayride.com today.
Dunedin Airport, also known as Momona Airport, opened in 1962 and is located close to 30 kilometres south of Dunedin city centre, serving around one million passengers a year. Passengers travelling through Dunedin Airport will see the Southern Man sculpture outside the main entrance, created by South Island artist Sam Mahon. Don't forget to stroke the horse's nose – it's said to bring good luck for your travels. Book your airport transfer on Jayride.com to avoid airport parking fees and taxi queues. You'll also save yourself the worry of navigating a new city.
Dunedin Airport has one passenger terminal split over three floors. Free WiFi can be accessed throughout the airport, and showers are available for $7, including towels and soap. For travelling families, there is a parent's room on Level 1 with a microwave, change facility, nappy disposal and toilet. Conference facilities are available for hire within the airport.
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