Variable Stars South was formed in 2009 to continue the work of the Variable Stars Section of the Royal Astronomical Society of New Zealand of which it is a section. Its membership comes mainly from Australia and New Zealand but with other members from a wide variety of countries. This pair of posters presents a summary of some of our research, mainly on various eclipsing binary stars, pulsating variables such as Miras, Cepheids and semi-regular stars with some supergiant objects such as Betelgeuse. Observers use CCD cameras with BVRI filters, DSLR cameras on brighter objects in BVR, some JH photometry in the near infra-red and a little UBV photometry. A variety of papers in refereed journals have been published.