South Island Wide Education and Training
The South Island is the larger of the two main islands of New Zealand, but the least densely populated. Christchurch—known as 'the Garden City'—is the largest city in the South Island. South Island education centres and training schools cater to a wide range of interests, learning requirements and career opportunities. Training schools and education centres in the South Island provide quality education, excellent study opportunities and great support services. more
NB: This South Island directory is specifically for tourism companies that cover the South Island. They either have many outlets or are able to offer you a service throughout this part of the country.
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One of New Zealand's premier tour coach and charter bus operators. With over 40 years experience, we have what it takes to satisfy. Luxury tour coaches and charter buses provide air-conditioned comfort. We ensure you see the best of New Zealand on any multi-day bus tour or coach charter. Ideal group transport - sporting or schools, clubs, conferences etc.
Mobile-friendly - We provide award-winning, wildlife and conservation focused guided cruises and dolphin swimming experiences through the beautiful Marlborough Sounds. Those looking for the thrill of a lifetime can join us for our Dolphin Swim or View Experience or you could take part in our fully guided cruises to your choice of bird sanctuary islands or Historic Ship Cove. Check our website for current Specials and Offers.
Mobile-friendly - Come and experience surfing at a stunning location on the West Coast of the South Island - Tauranga Bay! This beach provides both first timers with a safe and invigorating environment to learn in as well as providing some world class waves for the more experienced surfers.
Mobile-friendly - Close encounters of the 'wildlife kind' are a trademark. Meet New Zealand's Big 5 with Kiwi, cheeky Kea, ancient Tuatara, our bush parrot the Kaka and the rare Takahe. Feed wild eels and make friends with the livestock breeds unique to New Zealand. Listen to the kiwi as it forages by your feet. Open from 9:30 am till dusk daily.
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