Half-moon Bay
Southland District
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Things To Do in Half-moon Bay

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4.6/5
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112***81Half Moon Bay is located almost at the southernmost tip of the South Island, and is far from the mainland, except of course the Antarctic continent. Even a trace of pollution cannot be found in the blue water, such a beautiful paradise.
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Kimi_jmThe town of Bluff in Invercargill, the southernmost point of the New Zealand mainland (except Stewart Island), is 3000 kilometers away from the Antarctic continent. The oysters here are very famous. Unfortunately, it is not the season. If you are lucky, you can see the gorgeous The Southern Aurora. It’s a pity that our friends saw it the next day after we left. The Stirling Point landmark here is very famous. It stands the distance to the world and the distance to Antarctica. You can drive up to the top of Bluff Hill. , There is a circular observation deck above, you can see Bluff Port and the vast South Pacific
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4.6/5
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悠游的撒哈拉Bluff, Bluff, English means the end of the earth. The main reason for coming to Bluff this time is that everyone is a group of foodies and salivating for the famous Bluff oysters. It takes about three hours to drive from Te Anau. 【view】 1. In May every year, Bluff will hold a grand "Oyster Festival", when there will be many diners who come here to gather here. So remember to book the hotel in advance. 2. This town is really very small, and the population should be very small. When we arrived, it was close to 7 o'clock in the evening, and almost all shops closed at 7 o'clock, even restaurants. Thanks to the help of the landlord’s wife, we booked a meal at 7:30 in a small restaurant adjacent to the bar. So before you come, you must remember to book hotels and meals in advance. 3. In Bluff, oysters are shelled no matter they are bought in restaurants or supermarkets. It tastes very fresh, the bitterness brought by the sea water and the plumpness of the oysters are seamlessly inlaid, and it feels a bit bitter to eat. Perhaps this is the original taste of Bluff oysters. 4. In this seaside town, you can see the sunrise and sunset perfectly. Although the commercial atmosphere is not strong, it feels really worth staying for a few days during the Oyster Festival and a perfect holiday for eating and drinking. 5. The town of Bluff is not very big. From our homestay we ran along the seaside road to Stirling Point, about one or two kilometers. An ancient lighthouse was passed on the road. The sunrise here in the morning is very beautiful. 6. There is a big bulletin board on the way in and out of the town, especially suitable for various concave shapes.
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Observation Deck
E28***98You can drive up, and there is a 360-degree viewing platform at the highest point. This is the southernmost part of New Zealand's South Island. Looking across the sea, there is a feeling of standing between the heaven and the earth, at the end of the earth. In the distance, on the line of Tianhai, I imagined thousands of penguins there. Wonderful and magnificent.
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Island/Peninsula
千山任我行The southernmost residential island in New Zealand. There are not many residents on the island, mainly concentrated in Half Moon Bend. There are several nature walks on the island, a paradise for nature lovers. To play in South Island, it is recommended to stroll here.
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Historical Architecture
JING梅Invercargill’s famous water tower is located on Doon Street. The tower is 42.5 meters high. It was built in 1889... To Fulcargill is mainly a heritage tour of New Zealand architecture, usually about half a day is enough. It is worthwhile to visit here.