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This point marks the southern end of Route 1 in New Zealand. The views from here are extraordinary and the island opposite is Stewart, the last inhabited site to the Antarctica. The site has also become famous for the yellow sign that indicates the distance...More
A very nice and iconic place to stop by on your travels as you can't go further south driving anyway ha ha.
Do look into going to Stewart Island and explore New Zealand's 3rd Island.
Very scenic area and I do suggest being here early...More
Some good views here and pretty cool as it is the bottom of the country. Be sure to go for a walk up the hill and have a look at the gun battery. On a good day you can see out to the lighthouse on...More
Beautiful views. The sign is a bit of fun. We were staying across the road and dawn and dusk would definitely be the best time to get pictures. Stunning dawn the morning we were there and it's really pretty as it lights up at dusk....More
We stayed at Lands End Hotel which is directly across the street from the Stirling Point signpost. The drive down from Invercargill is disappointing, but the view is great once you get there. It’s a beautiful spot, but I’m not sure I’d make the drive...More