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About Southland, New Zealand

There’s more to Southland than most people imagine. For a start there’s the stunning Catlins Conservation Park with a huge variety of walks to explore. See the Niagra Falls of New Zealand and a genuine fossil forest.

Seafood aficionados should make the pilgrimage to Bluff in the oyster season. You can’t get them fresher or better than this!

Visit the Southland Museum & Art Gallery where the Tuatara has been successfully bred. Keep an eye out for grumpy Henry who at 110 years old became a first time Dad!

And don’t miss the opportunity for a visit to Stewart Island. People have been known to go for a day and stay for a lifetime! This is nature at its best and living as it was. Oh, and if you can catch a bigger blue cod anywhere else, tell us about it!

Stewart Island is also home to New Zealand’s newest National Park and Great Walk – the Rakiura National Park and Rakiura Track.

The Manor Bed and Breakfast

Invercargill B&B, Homestay, Farmstay
Prices from $150 to $170 per couple

6km North-East of Invercargill

Relax and enjoy a warm comfortable home in a sheltered garden setting. Our 10 acre farmlet is situated on the outskirts of Invercargill. We are retired farmers, our interests include; golfing, gardening, travel and meeting people. The accomo

Phone: +64 03 230 4788
Mobile (and SMS): 027 667 0904
Address: 9 Drysdale Road, Myross Bush, Invercargill

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