Invercargill City Council
Explore native bush rolling to the water's edge or stroll down a white sandy beach and enjoy peace and solitude.
Venture down side roads and find places to view wildlife. Stay overnight along the way, meet the locals and find out what "southern hospitality" really means.
Attractions in and around Invercargill
The Parks Division welcomes schools and interest groups to experience a guided tour of the Aviary, Animal Reserve and Winter Gardens.Read More
Bluff is important to Invercargill because it is the city's port and is home to the local fishing industry.Read More
Picture galleries and slideshows available on this websiteRead More
Museums and art galleries in Bluff and Invercargill. Read More
The Council-owned Bluff Camping Ground on Gregory Street has outstanding views and is close to the Bluff town centre.Read More