Things To Do


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Stewart Island Experience and Real Journeys

STEWART ISLAND EXPERIENCE

Stewart Island has been dubbed New Zealand’s ultimate eco-tourism destination.  Home to lush forest, rocky coastline and golden sand beaches, it is a natural refuge for marine and bird life.  Discover the unspoilt magic of our Southern-most island - Stewart Island. Far off the beaten track, yet only an hour away from the mainland by ferry.

It's the perfect place to relax and unwind for a day excursion or an extended stay.
Experience a Village & Bays Tour to gain an insight into local life, learn about the history of Stewart Island and the highlight, a visit Observation Rock for panoramic views of Paterson Inlet and off-shore islands.  Alternatively explore the island independently with our rental cars, mountain bikes and scooters.

For more information and bookings phone 0800 000 511 or visit Stewart Island Experience

For the month of May we are running some fantastic GETAWAY Deals for Stewart Island, for more info see our Stewart Island Getaway Deals

REAL JOURNEYS

Explore the wonder of Milford Sound or Doubtful Sound on a Real Journeys day or overnight cruise.  (Coach connections also available from Te Anau & Queenstown).
Experience the Te Anau Glowworm Caves with a cruise across Lake Te Anau to the underground limestone passage silent hidden grotto.

Board the TSS Earnslaw Vintage Steamship in Queenstown and cruise across Lake Wakatipu to Walter Peak High Country Farm for tours, or gourmet lunch and dinner at the Colonel’s Homestead Restaurant.

For more information and bookings please phone 0800 65 65 010800 65 65 01  or visit Real Journeys

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The Museum hosts items and displays which tell the story of early telegraphy, wired telephone, and early radio technology. It also displays more modern communication technologies.
A significant feature of the museum is The Regal theatre - a replica of a private theatre that once operated in Invercargill.
Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 9am-4pm on oyster festival weekend.
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STREET STALLS
Every year, on the day of the oyster festival, the main street of Bluff hosts numerous street stalls.  Near the festival site, you can take a break from festivities and peruse local crafts.  A great way to meet the locals and purchase a momento of your visit to Bluff.
Interested vendors can contact Ron Gilliam, phone 03 2164716   03 2164716 or email roncomcrafts@hotmail.com
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More information about Bluff can be found on the Bluff Promotions website.