Dunedin in New Zealand: Best time to visit and Average Weather

Discover the best time to go to Dunedin in New Zealand from average climate conditions, on this page.

Best time to go in New Zealand?

When is the best time to visit Dunedin?

What is the best time to go in Dunedin? Here is some information to help you in your decision:

  • The best months for a good weather in Dunedin are January and February
  • On average, the warmest months are January, February, March and December
  • The coldest months are August and September
  • The rainiest months are February, May and December

For complete information about climate and weather in Dunedin for a specific month, click on the corresponding line below:

Month Our opinion View Details
good weather Dunedin in january
good weather Dunedin in february
okay weather Dunedin in march
okay weather Dunedin in april
okay weather Dunedin in may
bad weather Dunedin in june
bad weather Dunedin in july
bad weather Dunedin in august
bad weather Dunedin in september
okay weather Dunedin in october
okay weather Dunedin in november
okay weather Dunedin in december

Weather and climate of Dunedin

  • From january to february the climate is favorable. The record temperature this month is 26°C.
  • From march to may the climate is okay. the thermometer goes up to 14°C°C and it rains about 42% of the time in may.
  • From june to september the climate is bad. At lunchtime, it's 12°C in average and you can expect to have 54mm of rainfall/month during this period.
  • From october to december the climate is not good, but still OK. In average, on the morning it is 11°C.


Chart: temperature and rainfall in Dunedin

The chart below allows to simultaneously view for the city of Dunedin the following seasonal norms: the minimum and maximum temperatures, and the monthly volume of precipitation for each month of the year.

Map of New Zealand

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