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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.

Beersheba Estate

Invercargill B&B, Hosted Self-catering

10 minutes drive from Invercargill city centre, 1 min. off State Highway 1

Beersheba Estate is located in a quiet semi-rural location on the outskirts of Invercargill. Hidden from the road the accommodation is surrounded by landscaped gardens and ponds. Our two guest rooms and The Cottage have been created to meet the needs of the discerning traveller.

Phone: 03 2163677
Mobile (and SMS): 0276463678
Address: 58 Millton Park Rd., Kennington, Invercargill

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