Waipunamu, an island on the southern island of Mori, is the largest and southernmost of New Zealand’s two main islands in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The South Island is separated from the North Island by Cook Strait to the north and from Stuart Island to the south by Fowac Street.
How to Get in South Island:
South Island’s largest international airport with flights from near the Pacific Rim. There are also flights from Australia to Dunedin and Queenstown. Scheduled airports include Pictures, Blenheim, Nelson, Taka, Westport, Christchurch, Timor-Leste, Dunedin and Queenstown. Invercargill Airport has flights to Stuart Island. Christchurch has flights to the Chatham Islands.