Invercargill in Review
Invercargill, the most southern city of New Zealand, is well-known for the friendliness and hospitability of its inhabitants. Perfectly located in the heart of the Southland Plains, Invercargill is the commercial centre of the Southland region and offers all the exciting pleasures of modern city life. Beautiful wide streets welcome the visitor to fantastic shopping facilities and various cultural attractions such as museums, notable churches, theatres, art galleries and parks. Fine pubs and sparkling nightlife promise late night amusement after dining in one of the city’s fine eateries serving great meat, seafood and Southland delicacies.
A trip to the outskirts brings you to scenic bush reserves and lovely beaches where sea kayaking, jet boating and motor sports are the most popular activities. Invercargill is the gateway to the magnificent southern coastline of New Zealand and to Stewart Island, the only place in the world where you can encounter Kiwis living in their natural habitat.
The friendly city of Invercargill is a favourite amongst expats and a diverse holiday destination offering an interesting mix of culture and amazing scenery.
From our editor A.Steenbhom – United States