Invercargill's cordiality and warmth make it a great place. During the long days of sunshine in the town in spring and autumn, you will have more opportunities to discover the distinctive architecture of Victoria and Edwardia and the historic monuments that underline the town' s wealth. Invercargill, New Zealand's most southern town, was established in the 1850s and is regarded as the main town of Southland.
Invercargill was inspired by early Europeans and is full of great architectural styles, brilliant minds and first-class amenities. Invercargill is a place for families and fans, whether it is a coastal and recreation reserve outing, a stroll through the stores and cafés, or a visit to the many sights.
Everything began with Burt Munro set a top performance rate which is still on his faithful old Indian Scout motorcycle, which you can see at E. Hayes and Sons Motorworks. Now Invercargill has the stunning Bill Richardson Transport Welt, the world's biggest privately owned transport collector of its kind.
The Invercargill is anything but timid when it comes to celebrate Southland's possession of motorbikes. Recently opened, the Classic Motocycle Mecca is a world-class screen, and with over 300 bikes and motorcycle-related artworks, there is certainly a great love for everything that has to do with two wheels. A few mins from the center of the town, there is a wide variety of coastline to be explored, from the long Oreti Beach coast road to the marvels of the Waituna Wetlands and Omaui or the riverside promenade at the mouth and historic landing stages.
Located in the biggest south hemispheric hyperramid, the Queens Park is the home of the Queens School. Come to one of the city' s cafés, delicatessens, diners or tavernas to discover some of the best and fresest produce in the game. Invercargill Brewery is New Zealand's southernmost beer to find a drink that complements the South.
Located in the centre of the town, this NZ garden of great natural interest comprises 80 ha of parks, wild animals and sports facilities.