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Invercargill is not only New Zealand’s most southern city, but also one of the most southern cities in the world. Invercargill is a 30 minute drive to Bluff and the Ferries that link the South Island with Stewart Island/Rakiura and the many walking and nature experiences that can be found there. Our Tracknet services link with this Shuttle, see the Stewart Island Experience website or Contact Us for more info.

  • Trees in autumn colours of yellows and oranges with leaves covering the path at Queens Park Invercargill
  • View from the tussocky sand dunes onto the beach and water of Oreti Beach
  • Idyllic waterway with pink and blue flowers in the foreground and bridge crossing the waterway at Queens Park Invercargill
  • Street view in Invercargill just on sunset with pink sky and street lights on
  • Yellow sign showing distances to major cities from Stirling Point near the small southern town of Bluff

Invercargill is situated on the fertile Southland Plains and is the main commercial centre for much of the province of Southland.

There is a provincial airport here offering domestic flights, including flights to Stewart Island. Attractions in the area include Oreti Beach, Queen's Park, Bill Richardson's Transport World, Bert Munro Challenge and the Bluff Oyster Festival.

There are a range of shopping opportunities in Invercargill along with a wide range of restaurants and accommodation. Visit www.southlandnz.com to plan your visit to Invercargill.

Invercargill To: Time

Summer Timetable (27TH OCTOBER 2020 TO 1ST MAY 2021)

Te Anau 10:45am
Milford Sound 10:45am
Routeburn- The Divide 10:45am
Queenstown 10:45am
Bluff connection 10:45am

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