Public transport to/from Bluff mainly revolves around the Stewart Island Ferry services. The ferry service also runs a shuttle service to/from Invercargill, and that service is also available for the general public to use, whether or not you are going to Stewart Island. Alternatively hire a rental car, motorbike or motorhome.
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The Bluff Camping Ground is harbourside and overlooks the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter. The seascape at night has been compared to a Van Gogh painting, except there's a constant passing parade of ships – freighters, fishing boats and, in season, our unique oyster boats.
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.
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