Founded in the 1850's Invercargill is New Zealands Southernmost City. Invercargill has a charming old world character with its heritage buildings and beautifully groomed parks.
It has plently of character and boosts a warm and friendly heart.
Invercargill has a charming old-world character with its heritage buildings and beautifully groomed parks. You will be taken on a tour around the city’s oldest buildings, witness the construction taking place in the city centre, and visit E-Hayes and Son’s, (home to the worlds fastest Indian,) before enjoying the world-famous Bill Richardson Transport World.
Spread over 15,000 sqm at Bill Richardson Transport World you will be amazed by the restoration journey that has taken place with a mixture of trucks, rare classic vehicles, farm machinery, themed bathrooms, and wearable art collection, there is something here for everyone.
Next stop Bluff, the bottom of New Zealand. Here, you can stand at the beginning of State Highway 1 and get your photo taken at the world-famous signpost at Stirling Point. At the top of Bluff Hill, you will see panoramic views from the sea to the mountains in the distance, and on a good day, Stewart Island. If in season and availability works in your favour a stop for the world-famous bluff oyster is sure to get the tastebuds moving.
Bill Richardson Transport World
Take a drive on Oreti Beach (Subject to weather conditions)
E-Hayes Motor works Museum
Invercargill Water Tower
Entry into Bill Richardson Transport World
Tour begins 10.00am and finishes approximately 3.00pm to 4.00pm. Collection from most of Invercargills CBD Accommodation is available.
A minimum of 4 people required for trip to depart.
If you dont see a date avaliable please inquire with us and we will organise a date for you.
Let us know if you will be bringing a packed lunch or if you’d prefer to stop at a café on-route there are plenty of nice cafes on our journey.
Children (5-14 years) $160.00