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Bluff Oyster Festival 2024

Just like you, we’re eagerly awaiting the return of the Bluff Oyster Festival in 2024.

Invercargill accommodation books up quickly once the dates for the Bluff Oyster Festival are confirmed. If you’re on the hunt for accommodation, get in touch.

Take in the trifecta: don’t miss Invercargill’s favourite visitor attractions

If you think they’re just for petrolheads, think again. Invercargill’s top-rated visitor attractions are truly world-class and they’ve been designed with the whole family in mind. For the ultimate experience, why not book a Transport World Mega Pass? Click here for more.

Bill Richardson Transport World

Bill Richardson Transport World, the largest private automotive museum of its type in the world, is not just home to 300+ vintage vehicles – it’s a veritable treasure trove of all things nostalgic. With vintage vaults, a movie theatre, themed bathrooms (just trust us!) and themed kids zones, there’s plenty here to captivate the whole whānau.

Classic Motorcycle Mecca

Ride into yesterday with a visit to Classic Motorcycle Mecca – the leading vintage motorcycle collection in the Southern Hemisphere. From John Britten to Brough Superior to Burt Munro, Classic Motorcycle Mecca has it all. With 300+ vintage and veteran bikes from around the world as well as a stunning art collection, all housed in two beautifully-restored heritage buildings, it’s a must-see.

Dig This Invercargill

Finally, get your adrenaline fix with a visit to Dig This Invercargill. New Zealand’s only heavy machinery playground is grunty fun for everyone. Take your pick from learning to operate skid steers, bulldozers or diggers in a giant gravel pit, and tick it off your bucket list today!


Discover a hidden gem from the past

Indulge your desire for a spot of retail therapy and get your nostalgic fix at Miss Vintage Lighting. Blink and you’ll miss it – but take it from us, this is one retail experience worth a browse. The store sources and sells original, unique pieces for lovers of retro design, specialising in lighting and other knick-knacks to jazz up your home.


Brunch: everybody’s favourite meal

After an epic Bluff Oyster Festival 2021, you might need to shake off the cobwebs. What better way to recharge after a fantastic Bluff Oyster Festival experience, than with a hearty Southland brunch? With freshly-brewed coffee, delicious comfort dishes and a friendly team, our favourite hangouts – The Grille at Bill Richardson Transport World, and Meccaspresso at Classic Motorcycle Mecca – are sure to hit the spot.

Get a taste of culture

He Waka Tuia is Invercargill’s temporary museum space. With a revolving display of interesting exhibits – and plenty of interactive, thought-provoking activities – this central-city location is well worth a visit.

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