Fortrose there are plenty of things to do. The small, windswept settlement of Fortrose is located near a lagoon at the mouth of the Mataura River on Toetoes Bay.Read more
Forget about the weather forecast, it’s overrated after all. Invercargill’s elegant historic buildings and wide streets have a secret. The roar of an engine, the whiff of oil, vintage motorbikes and the adrenaline rush of digging very large holes with your own monstrous digger will excite anyone. Transport related museums, racetracks and speed create a one of a kind Invercargill experience. Together with a world class art gallery, one of New Zealand’s public parks of national significance there is something for everyone. Nearby hear stories of moonshine whisky and bootleggers on your way to marvel at where the wild roar of wildlife on ocean beaches.
The deep South is a world away from the buzz of tourist hot spots. Highlights embrace nature and outdoors with walks, mountain biking, fishing in crystal clear streams, kayaking the glacial fed rivers to wildlife encounters.
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