Quest Invercargill

Address: Corner Dee & Tay Streets, PO Box 1408, Invercargill, South Island, 9501, New Zealand | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Corner Dee & Tay Streets, PO Box 1408, Invercargill, is near Toetoes Bay.
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      Travel Blogs from Invercargill

      At the Bottom!

      A travel blog entry by partickhill on Feb 14, 2015

      23 photos

      ... Wide tree lined streets, numerous references to familiar street names such as Yarrow, Don, Tay, Spey, St.Andrews are part of Invercargill and although they are not directly on the fault line have still experienced earthquake damage.

      The following day it was off to Riverton (20kms from Invercargill), the original settlement of Southland which like many others in New Zealand linked to whaling. Quaint village atmosphere, with the best coffee café in New Zealand ...

      Surat Bay to Invercargill

      A travel blog entry by delclark on Nov 25, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... described it as very similar to the rainforests she saw in Maylasia.. These are first in the group of photos. We stopped for lunch at Curio Bay, where there was a very strange campsite, sites were situated between the tall coastal vegetation. Not quite our scene, everyone seemed to be going round barefoot! We then moved onto our second waterfall "McLeans Falls", these are in the second group of falls photos. We ended the day at Invercargill - home of The Fastest ...

      Day 33

      A travel blog entry by sarahgathergood on Nov 04, 2014

      3 comments

      ... also many birds here, lots of seagulls and royal spoonbills. The area was amazing, the ocean was so blue and the craggy rocks gave the coastline a bit of a gnarly edge to it. So a bit more interesting than your average beach. The next place we stopped was a huge long sandy beach, surrounded by grassy dunes. Here we were on the look out for sea lions and we found one! A big fat lazy one asleep in the marram grass up the beach. We then wandered over the dunes to another ...

      Cow Crash Course - Day 1

      A travel blog entry by cerikang on Jun 10, 2014

      7 photos

      ... br> As we approached the house, the sky was reddish orange and the trees were silhouettes against it. The scene looked like one of the results you get after Googling 'magical forest' and I realised, this was one of the reasons we'd travelled to New Zealand's South Island. We'd had mixed reviews from friends about each of the two islands but once we flew into Dunedin, from Auckland, it was clear that the southern scenery was a sight not to be missed.
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      The other side of the worl.. island!

      A travel blog entry by groteboze on Mar 19, 2014

      13 photos

      Wanaka is a nice place, but there's not that much else to do, unless you're prepared to pay a lot to be 'strapped to a beautiful stranger', as the ad says, and plummet to the ground from a small aeroplane. I'd love to, but paying 250-300 euro's for an experience lasting only a minute is a bit much.

      We continued our way to Bluff, on the southern edge of ...