Home of the world famous Bluff Oyster, and the oldest continuously occupied
European settlement in New Zealand. Bluff is located at the very south of the
South Island and is the gateway to Stewart Island. Stirling Point, with its famous
signpost and walking tracks, is the beginning of State Highway 1 which traverses
the length of the country to Cape Reinga in the far north.
Across the Foveaux Strait is Rakiura or Stewart Island – one of the best places to
see our native Kiwi in the wild, as well as taste the local seafood and explore
some of the country’s best walks.