"things to see and do in bluff" Bluff Things to Do Tip by TomorrowsAngel
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Bluff Maritime Museum Foreshore Road, (03) 212 7534
Bluff Heritage Trail Greenhills - Bluff,
Brochures available from many selected outlets in Bluff.
Paua Shell House 258 Marine Parade, (03) 212 8262
Art in the Park concrete statuary Greenpoint, State Highway 1 (03) 212 7328
Tara Downs Horse Treks 549 Omaui Road, Greenhills (03) 214 0011
Stewart Island Ferry 21 Foreshore Road (03) 212 7660
Bluff Golf Links Omaui Road (Greenhills),
Southernmost 9 hole golf course in New Zealand, Greenfees $5.00 ,
Club days - Wednesday Women , Saturday Men , Twilight Wednesday 5pm
Bluff Hill (Motupohe) Flagstaff Road. Panoramic views of Southland, Foveaux Strait and Stewart Island
Stirling Point International signpost tearooms, winebar, cafe, gift shop and accommodation.
Argyle Beach Marine Parade
Sir Joseph Ward Statue at Island Harbour entrance. Sir Joseph Ward became Prime Minister of New Zealand in 1906. He was also a former Mayor of Bluff.
Sir Joseph Ward burial place Bluff cemetery, Lagan Street.
Island Harbour Southlands Port operated by Southport NZ LTD
Tours available by contacting Southport office (03) 212 159
Tiwai Smelter Tours
Phone (03) 218 5494
Open 10 am most weekdays.
Prior bookings essential.
Trail Biking access from McDougall Street.
Skateboard Park Bluff is a town with terrific facilities, particularly considering its size. One of the latest additions is very popular with many of the younger residents. The Skateboard Park is situated in the main business area on Gore Street and is always well utilised
The Iron Gates Nichol Road Ocean Beach (these mark the site of the original Nichol homestead)
Omaui Signposted from Invercargill-Bluff highway. Bush drives picnic spots, beach walks, sea views, BBQ facilities.
War Memorial Marine Parade
RSA Memorial Grove Situated at the bottom of Bluff Hill
Address: Bluff vicinity
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