The Bluff township has a Community Board to help promote and enhance the area for residents and visitors alike. Examples include the Bluff redevelopment project (opened in December 2008) and the Bluff Community Board Bursary.
The 2018 Census put Bluff’s population at 1797.
Bluff Service Station
The Council’s Bluff Service Centre at 98 Gore Street deals with Council payments as well as Lotto, Post Shop and library services. The Bluff Community Board meetings are held at the Municipal Chamber.
|Lotto Operator – Bluff Service Centre – Part-time|
The Invercargill City Council is looking for a part-time Lotto Operator to join our friendly Bluff Service Centre team.
The hours of work for this role will be as per the following four week roster:
To be successful for this role you must be 15 years of age or older, ideally have experience in cash handling and customer service. Experience and training in a Lotto Operator role would be advantageous but not essential as training will be provided.
If you would like a copy of the job description then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, if you would like to apply for this position then send your cover letter and CV to email@example.com and in the subject line add ‘Lotto Operator’.
Applications closes 11 July 2021 at 4 pm
Bluff has its own events calendar which highlights local events ranging from Sea Scout meetings and weight loss groups to international events such as the Bluff Oyster and Food Festival and the Bluff Hill Climb section of the Burt Munro Challenge. The latest version is available here:
Bluff Community Board annual newsletters
What to do and see
Download your very own copy of Southland on the half shell! The booklet has got just about everything – including recipes featuring the best delicacy in the world – the scrumptious Bluff oyster.
Sign of the times
The old sign, which was a little the worse for wear, had to be replaced after it was discovered some of the blades were not correctly positioned. It was also an opportunity to update the sign by adding a blade pointing to Invercargill’s sister city Suqian, China.
The new sign was made by local business Bluff Engineering.
Pictured from left are Bluff Community Board Chairman Ray Fife, Invercargill City Council Roading Manager Russell Pearson and Council staff member David McCormick.
Other Bluff links
Bluff Oyster and Food Festival official website
Bluff Community Board
Members of the Board