Cracking views of rugged coastal landscapes come together with friendly vibes in New Zealand’s southernmost city Invercargill, where locals roll their ‘rrrr’s’. With tourist hot spots like Milford Sound and Queenstown on it’s doorstep, Southland is an easy stop when visiting the South Island.
You’ll experience the flavours of the region including the world-famous Bluff Oysters, local craft beer and gourmet chocolates from ‘The Seriously Good Chocolate Company’.
The beginning of the Southern Scenic Route, you can drive the Caitlins Coast,getting you up close and personal with dolphins, penguins and seals.
Also the gateway to Stewart Island, with it’s untouched beauty, abundant wildlife including the iconic Kiwi bird which can be found roaming the island at night time.
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