Invercargill is the doorway to the most dazzling destinations in the Southland. Invercargill have several reserves and parks as well as possesses historic building sites and a vibrant city life. A place of all sorts with dramatic changes of sceneries and lifestyles, pleasant Invercargill will suit anybody.

Visit the Anderson Park Art Gallery , nestled amongst 24 hectares of flower gardens, and is open from 10:30pm to 5:30pm

  • Splash Palace is an amusing place for the family with slides, high boards, a pool and is the host of many sports and activities including aqua aerobics, aqua jogging and more.
  • Have a unique view of the city from the Invercargill Water Tower, which was built in 1889 and stands 42.5m high, for only $2 for adults and $1 for children.
  • Take the Invercargill Heritage Tour that takes half a day and allows you to visit the city's main heritage sights including Queens Park, First Church, Railway Hotel and Menzies Building, Otepuni Gardens, etc.
  • The Southland Museum and Art Gallery , featuring 500 millions years of history, is the largest pyramid in the southern hemisphere. With treasures and galleries highlighting New Zealand history, this museum is worth a visit.
  • Go to the Greenpoint Domain to see the ships graveyard, where skeletons of ships lay on the shore.
  • If you are into cycling, visit New Zealand 's only indoor cycling velodrome.