Bluff to Manapouri - New Zealand 2014 - Nieuw Zeeland 2014
Bluff is a town and seaport in the Southland region, on the southern coast of the South Island of New Zealand. It is the southern-most town in New Zealand (excluding Oban) and, despite Slope Point and Stewart Island being further to the south, is colloquially used to refer to the southern extremity of the country (particularly in the phrase "from Cape Reinga to The Bluff"). According to the 2006 census, the resident population was 1,850.

Stirling Point marks the southern end of State Highway 1, which runs the length of New Zealand. The point is memorable for the large signpost displaying distances to major cities in the world - a photograph of this signpost is a must for your travel journey.

The Southern Scenic Route start in Dunedin and runs via the Catlins and Invercargill, Bluff, Riverton, Tuatapere and Clifden, to Manapouri and Lake Manapouri before you arrive in Te Anau.
27 photos · 5 views