There's a new buzz in town and it's called Bumper Ball! Bump, roll and flip over whilst trying to score a goal against your opponents! Hilarious to play and to watch, Bumper Ball... read more
Stewart Island Experience :: Village and Bays Tour
Explore Oban and the surrounding bays in our modern mini-buses. Gain an entertaining insight into the community, history and environment of Stewart Island. Our guides enjoy sharing... read more
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web: www.stewartislandexperience.co.nz/newzealand/villageandbays/
- Phone: 03 212 7660
- Location: Stewart Island, New Zealand
Curio Bay - Catlins
Curio Bay is of international significance for its fossilised forest dating back to the Jurassic period. The tree fossils you see here are 160 million years old and the forest was alive when NZ was part of Gondwanaland. Curio Bay’s fossil forest is best viewed at low tide from the viewing platform which is only a short walk (5 minutes) from the car park.read more
Cathedral Caves - Catlins
These grand imposing caves are one of the well-known Catlins coastal attractions. They can only be accessed at low tide enquire at Information Centres.There is a small entrance fee (the access road is on private land), and the walk from the car park will take you through forest (approx 30 minutes walk one way). After you come out of the forest it is only a short walk along Waipati Beach to the Cathedral Caves entrance.read more
The largest private automotive museum of its type in the world, with literally hundreds of motor vehicles and petrol pumps on display. But don't worry though if you're not a motoring enthusiast! Families can also enjoy a growing wearable arts collection, movie theatre, children’s play zones and themed bathrooms which are fast becoming as famous as our vehicles.
Find dedicated spaces for families like the Construction Zone Lego Room. Watch as your children amass themselves in piles of LEGO, or challenge themselves with educational programmes provided on iPads. Dress up and interactive fun are even encouraged on a Replica 1925 New Zealand Police Paddy Wagon. Enjoy your latte and lunch in comfort as The Grille cafe houses a secure children's play area. With so much to see, let us entertain you for a few hours or the whole day.
Bill Richardson Transport World is the largest private collection of its type in the world. Home to over 300 vehicles, a wearable arts collection, children's play zones, The Grille Cafe and themed bathrooms fast becoming as famous as our vehicles. Transport World has something for everyone.
- Phone: 03 217 0199
491 Tay Street
Invercargill, New Zealand
Adventure Southland - Invercargill
Specialists in fun outdoor education and recreation to schools, families and the general public. Organised activities include high ropes course, abseiling, giant swing, rock climbing, kayaking, caving, tube rafting, bivvy making and more. We cater for all schools from primary to tertiary level providing complete camp and activity management, including equipment, accommodation and menus. We offer activities from 2 hours to several days, and run specialised education courses, such as ‘Getting to know rivers’. Contact us to discuss your school or group’s activity session or programme. Adventure Southland’s Challenge Ropes Course is also available for birthday parties! Call us for more information today.read more
- Phone: 03 215 4221
- Location: 810 North Road, Invercargill, New Zealand
Catlins Horse Riding
Stunning views over several beaches and with personalized service, you will enjoy the selection of rides ranging from 1 hour treks to full day options. With small groups and the opportunity to ride among farm animals, through native forest and along sandy beaches to play in the surf or view the sea lions, your family will have a great adventure.read more
- Phone: 03 415 8368
- Location: Te Taunga, 41 Newhaven Road, RD1, Owaka, South Otago
Earthlore - Catlins
If you’re looking for a fun and unique experience for the whole family, Earthlore Insect Theme Park offers a huge variety of activities for all ages. Our mission is to provide a ‘conservation experience‘ to enhance peoples understanding of our local eco-system and the importance of our amazing array of native insects. Open 12noon – 7pm from October to April.read more
- Phone: 03 415 8455
- Location: 129 Hinahina Road, Owaka (5 minutes from the Owaka on way to Jack’s Bay)
Nugget Point - Catlins
Nugget Point has dramatic views of 'The Nuggets' that are wave-eroded rocks, likened to the shape of gold nuggets. These can be seen from the viewing platform at the Nugget Point Lighthouse which was built in 1869-70 and sits 76 metres above sea level. Walking from the car park will take approx 20 minutes (one way) and along the way you may see fir seals, seabirds and elephant seals (Dec-Feb).read more
Splash Palace - Invercargill
Splash Palace in Invercargill is one of the premier aquatic facilities in New Zealand. With a unique southern coastal theme the centre is a fun place to visit. There are few communities in the world that can boast an indoor aquatic centre of this size, within walking distance of the CBD, close to a large selection of motels and parks. The facility includes a 50m x 8 lane sports pool with a bulkhead, a leisure pool with waves and sprays, a tots’ pool and a learners’ pool. There is also a water slide, spa pool, steam room and a café, all indoors with convenient off street car parking. The Splash Palace Swim School is available for babies to adults, of all levels.read more
- Phone: 03 217 3838
- Location: 56 Elles Road, Invercargill
Step back in time into the Aviation Museum, take a trip of a lifetime in one of our Vintage Aircraft flights, then explore the Mandeville precinct - the historic former Mandeville Railway hotel building, and enjoy a coffee and something to eat at Miss Cocoa Coffee Cafe.read more
Hokanui Pioneer Village and Museum
Wander around the campus, bring a picnic and step back in time. The historic buildings onsite include a church with a lychgate, an old bank, a pioneer cottage, an early school and a blacksmith.read more
We have a large complex with an office, a kitchen, souvenir counter and public toilets.
Inside the complex are displays of vintage tractors and cars and agricultural implements - many of which are fully restored.
There are also displays of a saddler, communications, domestic displays, a boot maker and a variety of household and farm items.
- Phone: 03 208 1161
- Location: Waimea St, Gore