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Thomsons Bush is one of the few remnants of the kahikatea dominated swamp forest characteristic of central southern Southland.

Ten kilometres west of Invercargill, Oreti Beach was a key location for the film 'The World's Fastest Indian', which tells the story of Southland's motorcycling hero Burt Munro.

St John's and the adjoining hall were designed in the Gothic style and the church contains the magnificent JT Thomson memorial window which was restored in 2001.

The local architectural firm of Brodrick and Royds designed a building with an imposing Doric portico for the local lodge when its members decided to rebuild in the 1920s.

Just 10km from the city of Invercargill is Sandy Point, a 2,000ha sand and shingle peninsula bound by the Oreti River and Foveaux Strait.

Still maturing as a golf course this is a fantastic course to test your skills.

Here is one of the best ways to see the bottom of New Zealand….on the deep south Bottom Bus!

Southern Outdoor Instruction have been providing adventure activities since 2006.

Invercargill’s water tower has been described as an architectural treasure and a prime example of Victorian architecture.