The port town of Bluff, in Southland, which lies thirty kilometres south of Invercargill, is home to the iconic Bluff Oyster Festival and is the gateway to Stewart Island.
With a rich history and many interesting attractions, Bluff is the oldest European settled town in New Zealand. Bluff also offers many wonderful short walks which are both bush and coastal and showcase the amazing scenery and views.
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Mobile-friendly - Tours available from half-day to multi-day tours throughout Southland including Catlins, Milford Sound, Te Anau, Western Southland, Bluff and Invercargill. Travel Door2Door, return trip from central suburbs of Invercargill, Queenstown, Wanaka, Dunedin and Bluff, including Stewart Island ferry transfers. Standard price tours are open for multi-bookings or we can offer an exclusive option. No cancellations due to limited numbers.
Mobile-friendly - Experience Foveaux Strait on board our express catamarans. During the one hour Stewart Island ferry crossing between Bluff and Stewart Island keep a look out for wildlife including seals, dolphins and albatross. Scheduled ferry services depart daily. Coach connections available.
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Rockin Around the Christmas Carols
A free community sing-a-long Christmas Concert. Anna Hope and Nika Mulqueen host the concert, and the venue kindly provided by the Bluff New Life Church. A wide range of Christmas Carols and non-traditional Christmas ...
Where: New Life Centre Church , Bluff, Bluff
Address: 154 Gore Street, Bluff, Bluff
From: 3:00pm on Saturday 16th December 2023
To: 4:00pm on Saturday 16th December 2023