A visit to the dynamic, historic and entertaining city of Dunedin is not complete without experiencing the thriving wildlife, rugged coastal landscapes and invigorating walks around Otago Peninsula.
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Straddling the mighty Clutha River, Balclutha is a great base for trout fishing, or explore the wildlife and walking tracks along the coast.
Journey along the rugged and remote southern coastline. Discover native forests, even a petrified forest, hidden lakes and stunning waterfalls. Observe extraordinary wildlife including penguins and sea lions.
Invercargill's elegant and spacious parks, striking architecture and thriving city centre make it a great place to live and visit.
With the wilderness of Fiordland National Park and a ruggedly beautiful coastline, Western Southland is a great place to slow down and relax.
This vibrant alpine resort offers spectacular scenery, golf, mountain-biking, walks, Central Otago wines, and more.
Fiordland is a wonderland of wilderness and walking experiences. Te Anau and Manapouri have a variety of excellent accommodation, dining and retail options.
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Southern Scenic Route extended to Queenstown.New Zealand's leading touring route is now a whole lot longer, now starting...
Visit the regional websites to learn more about events around the Southern Scenic Route.
From picturesque nature walks to action packed adventure, there's something for everyone on the Southern Scenic Route.
For useful information and handy tips to help you plan your journey on the Southern Scenic Route.
The Southern Scenic Route offers an array of accommodation that caters for every taste and budget.
A selection of some suggested itineraries to help you see exactly what you want to see on the Southern Scenic Route.
The Southern Scenic Route brochure is displayed at information centres, hotels, motels and various other display points around the route.
You can also download the brochure here, in several different formats...
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