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Invercargill's Water Tower. Venture Southland
Invercargill's Water Tower. Venture Southland
Don Street. Roger Wandless, Venture Southland
Don Street. Roger Wandless, Venture Southland
Anderson Park. Photo Taken by Jeremy Pierce
Anderson Park. Photo Taken by Jeremy Pierce
Queens Park, Invercargill. Venture Southland
Queens Park, Invercargill. Venture Southland
Esk Street, Invercargill. Photo William Stewart
Esk Street, Invercargill. Photo William Stewart
Anderson Park. Gayle Houge, Venture Southland
Anderson Park. Gayle Houge, Venture Southland
Trooper Memorial. Photo by Jeremy Pierce
Trooper Memorial. Photo by Jeremy Pierce
Queens Park. Jeremy Pierce, Venture Southland
Queens Park. Jeremy Pierce, Venture Southland

Invercargill Information

Invercargill is the capital of the Southland region and is the largest southern city of New Zealand with a population of about 52,000 people. Invercargill has a big Scottish influence and many of the town’s streets are named after the Scottish rivers thanks to the many first Europeans that migrated from Scottland in the UK.

Labelled as one of the most beautiful holiday destinations, Invercargill is the gateway to many attractions in the south of New Zealand and has a large buzzing city with fantastic day and nightlife. There are plenty of shopping centres, cafes and restaurants to keep you busy on your holiday.

A great attraction for those who appreciate great artworks is the Anderson Park Mansion and Art Gallery. Established in 1951 it hosts more than 900 famous artworks on display for tourists and travellers. It is also located on 24 hectares of beautiful landscaped gardens that is bound to be a hit amongst any nature and environmental lover coming to the area.

Another great environmental hangout and place for the perfect picnic is Queens Park located in the centre of the city. With over 80 hectares, the park boasts beautiful romantic scenery with tropical gardens; flowering plants and a fantastic bird aviary with children’s play areas for the perfect place to realx for any family.

History lovers are not left out in this wonderful city with plenty to see in magnificent buildings all throughout the township. Mostly built in Edwardian and Victorian architecture dating back to the 1800’s and early 1900’s, some of the not to miss include the Old Railway Motel, Civic Theatre, Masonic lodge and the First Presbyterian Church.

A great day trip and not to miss place when visiting Invercargill is the township of Bluff located just a short 10 Kilometres south of the city centre. Bluff has some wonderful attractions and environmental scenery.

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Invercargill Town Centre ans Streetview. Jeremy Pierce, Venture Southland
Invercargill Town Centre ans Streetview. Jeremy Pierce, Venture Southland
Feldwick Gates of Queens Park. Photo Jeremy Pierce, Venture Southland
Feldwick Gates of Queens Park. Photo Jeremy Pierce, Venture Southland