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.
What Do You Want To Do?
Mobile-friendly - Travel Door2Door from Invercargill or Bluff to Dunedin 7 days a week, twice daily Monday to Friday. Travel direct from Invercargill or Bluff to Queenstown 7 days, once a day Saturday to Thursday, twice on Friday. Late runs can also go through Gore - book early. Take the stress out of travelling - take Catch-a-Bus SOUTH.
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.
Mobile-friendly - Here is a golden opportunity to enter the dress circle of New Zealand's tourist circuit. A sturdy, high-class, well-maintained vessel and an operation geared to achieve. Our vessel offers a variety of unique cruises around the fabulous Stewart Island and Fiordland - an area keenly sought by diving, hunting and fishing parties. This is a unique opportunity for the discerning.
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