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Hitch Hiking Dunedin

Although Dunedin is a small city, it helps to take a bus to get to the good hitchhiking spots.
Take a bus to Pine Hill and try your luck on State Highway 1 if you're heading north to Christchurch.

Hitching south from Dunedin can be a bit slow-going. If you're heading to either Invercargill or Queenstown you can take a bus to Fairfield to avoid the local traffic. Alternatively you can try your luck at the beginning of the motorway that goes from Oval to Caversham; there is a bit of local traffic on this route but it is also much closer to the city centre. Use a destination sign so you don't get picked up by someone heading the wrong way.

BUG Ride is BUG's own web-based ride sharing service, it allows travellers to both offer lifts and search for rides throughout New Zealand and the Pacific.

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