Victoria Railway Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVictoria Railway Hotel Invercargill
Lovely historical hotel with modern rooms and very good facilities in the room and ensuite.The best WiFi connection I have had in the South Island!
Quick and easy check-in and shown to room. Staff quietly professional in their approach to guests. Hotel location good for walking access to the city centre and good off street car parking.
I would stay again.
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I left Dunedin on a dull and cold morning and headed south for Invercargill at the bottom of the South Island.
I was really grateful to a volunteer in one of the Dunedin museums who suggested that I drive to Invercargill via the Catlins coast road, which starts at south of Balclutha rather than on State Highway 1. The coast road follows the …
Wow today was another long day! We made our way to Invercargill, passing through the Catlins and stopping as we went. Our first stop was at Nugget Point. This was a rocky headland that reached out into the Pacific Ocean. We climbed all the way to the top where there sits a lighthouse. From there we could see into the bays either side of us and down over the rocks below. We could see fur seals swimming about and sunning themselves on the rocks. They're pretty big animals! ...
Our first really wet day since we left home. I managed to get a good run in the dry, south round the end of the lake on good tracks that eventually meet up with the Kepler Track, and it just started to rain as I arrived back. Then it socked in and the temperature dropped. At one stage on the drive south we could see snow on surrounding hills and the temp was 3C. As we left Te Anau we stopped at the bird sanctuary where ...
... it's dry enough to feed the greedy calves, we take the quad bike over with three big buckets of milk. The calves run over to us and, before we've tipped a drop into the troughs, they are barging each other out of the way. Graham said the milk is like lollipops for kids. They quickly surround us and we've been squeezed between them a few times as they try to get a taste of the stuff that we haven't managed to pour in yet. Once, Dong Geun was pushed up against a barbed ...
... wings of the A-380 airbus. Ships from Australia are unloaded with great huge vacuums that carry the bauxite almost a km to the smelter. It was very interesting to see...
We then took a drive out to Stirling Point (which many people think is the southernmost tip of mainland New Zealand, but we know better!) for a signpost photo op and to see the huge anchor-chain sculpture; Maori ...