Bluff Harbour

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  • He also served on the Bluff Harbour Board, eventually becoming its chairman.
  • Rose stopped once more, an unplanned call into Bluff Harbour, New Zealand to repair a damaged mast.
  • Tiwai Point lies at the entrance to Bluff Harbour on the southern coast of the South Island of New Zealand.
  • When the new wharf at Bluff Harbour opened, the Mokomoko jetty fell into disuse.
  • Crew members from the ship, moored at Bluff Harbour, in May, 1875 were looking for a night on the town, while in port.
  • Tiwai Point, with its aluminium smelter, is located on a peninsula at the western end of the bay, on the edge of Bluff harbour.
  • Bluff is at the end of a peninsula that forms the western side of Bluff Harbour and Awarua Bay, with the port located in the relatively narrow entrance channel.
  • Two whale-ships lay here -- the TAMERLANE, of New Bedford, and the CHANCE, of Bluff Harbour. Cited from The Cruise of the Cachalot, by Frank T. Bullen
  • During the last phases of building, the line was blocked at Greenhills by angry contractors who were still to be paid for work done on the large causeways that carried the line down the upper Bluff harbour.
  • After Awarua the line had it easy going until the upper reaches of Bluff Harbour where costly large stone causeways were constructed to take the line around the Ocean Beach neck and onto the Bluff peninsular.
  • Bluff harbour is also the terminus for the twice-daily catamaran ferry to Stewart Island/Rakiura, 60 km south across Foveaux Strait.
  • Ordering his boat, he sped away into Bluff harbour, only a matter of six or seven miles, returning soon with a tug, who for a pound or two placed us, without further trouble, alongside the wharf, amongst some magnificent clipper ships of Messrs. Cited from The Cruise of the Cachalot, by Frank T. Bullen
  • Controlled by the Bluff Harbour Board, was used by the RNZAF for flying boat operations (until 1966) when patrolling New Zealand's southern sub-Antarctic islands.
  • In central Invercargill it meets the southern end of SH 6 and turns due south, skirting the estuary of the New River and Bluff Harbour.
  • The operation of the train to Hokitika empty for photos, down the Bluff Branch to the Bluff Harbour Island and along the Lyttelton Line to Lyttelton Port were rare and unusual.
  • Baldey was involved with local public affairs in Southland and served for 17 years on the County Council, 14 years on the Bluff Harbour Board, 7 years on the Hospital and Charitable Aid Board, and 26 years on the Education Board.