Asure Evergreen Motel

Address: 217 North Road, Invercargill, South Island, 9501, New Zealand | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located on 217 North Road, Invercargill, is near Toetoes Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Invercargill

The last leg

A travel blog entry by rossiekiwi on Apr 14, 2015

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... Zealand back to where the last leg of the plane trip to conclude.
Due to a very early heavy snow we couldn't land in Queenstown so had to fly further south to come down.
I felt I was in a time, cultural, and temperature time warp. From 34 to 2 degrees, from 90 to 4 million people, from constant noise to a beautiful and silent white wonderland......ahhhh, so good to be home ...

Invercargill and the World's Fastest Indian

A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Mar 16, 2015

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... of huge achievement was palpable. Travelling by campervan obviously just doesn't give the same sense of achievement!   The other reason was to see a famous Indian Scout. Burt Munro is Invercargill's local hero, a mechanic who in 1967 aged 68, went to the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah and set the under 1000cc speed record of 183mph (which still ...

A little town of surprises

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 24, 2015

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... a good hand. Our first stop was E Hayes & Son hardware store, which just happens to contain a rather cool selection of vintage cars and bikes and most importantly is the home to "The Worlds Fastest Indian". The Worlds Fastest Indian was a bike owned by Invercargill speed racer Burt Munro. Working from his home in Invercargill, he worked for 20 years to highly modify the 1920 Indian motorcycle. Munro set his first New Zealand speed record in 1938 and later ...

Day 33

A travel blog entry by sarahgathergood on Nov 04, 2014


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! ...

Day 38. Sausage Capital of the World

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Oct 05, 2014

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... sign. We were hoping for a ready cooked sausage and onion bap, but instead a raw buy to cook in the camper sausage. The choice of sausage was limited, garlic and herb, tomato and basil, beef or pork. We opted for tomato. The lady (butcher's wife) agreed that this was a good choice. We could not wait to hear what made this place the Sausage Capital. On asking the lady, her answer surprised us somewhat, "because our sausages are at least 84% meat". ...