Location


DIRECTIONS

From Dunedin/Balclutha on The Southern Scenic Route:

  • Travel along McQuarrie Street, turn right onto Elles Road.
  • Travel through South City.
  • Turn right at 1st set of traffic lights onto Tay Street.
  • Travel 500m along Tay Street, we are on the right hand side before the next traffic lights.

From Dunedin/Gore on State Highway 1:

  • Travel through the 1st set of traffic lights on Tay Street.
  • We are just 100m after the traffic lights on the left.

From Riverton/Queenstown on State Highway 6:

  • SH6 turns into North Road and then into Dee Street, go straight through all traffic lights until you reach the first roundabout at Tay Street – Turn left.
  • Travel along Tay Street through 3 sets of lights, after the third set of lights we are on the right hand side before the next set of traffic lights.

LOCAL INFORMATION

Whether you are looking for fun and entertainment or a relaxing holiday taking in the pleasures of our friendly city, Invercargill is the place.

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  • Splash Palace Heated Swimming Complex
  • Bill Richardson Transport World
  • 4 unique and attractive 18-hole golf courses all within minutes of the city centre
  • Anderson Park Art Gallery
  • Southland Museum and Art Gallery in Queens Park
  • Oreti beach – “The World’s Fastest Indian” filming location
  • Invercargill Heritage Trail Festival of Gardens

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  • Stadium Southland
  • Cycling Velodrome
  • Hockey Turf
  • Rugby Park
  • Splash Palace Heated Swimming Complex
  • Bill Richardson Transport World
  • Golf Course
  • City Centre
  • i-Sites (Information Centres)
  • Southland Museum and Art Gallery in Queens Park
  • Working Men’s Club
  • Southern Institute of Technology (SIT)

About InvercargillNature Steps

Invercargill is the most southern city in New Zealand. It is your gateway to Stewart Island, the Catlins, Fiordland and Southern Lakes. A 20 minute drive south will take you to the most southern point of the South Island, Bluff. Famous worldwide for its oysters. Bluff is a place not to be missed.

Excellent standard of service, Invercargill has a population of 48,000, and welcomes all tourists wanting to experience an excellent standard of service and southern hospitality. milford_webInvercargill is renowned for its warmth and friendliness.

All the benefits of city life are found in Invercargill, without the smog and over populated areas experienced in most cities. Excellent shopping and a large variety of energetic cafes, restaurants and bars are found throughout Invercargill. The city underwent an upgrade which has left the inner city centre vibrant and modern but still contains a lot of history. This is evident in the
number of heritage buildings Invercargill has,
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Invercargill is fortunate to have a large amount of excellent museums, galleries and parks. A trip to one of Invercargill’s many bush reserves, beaches or gardens is a must.

 

REGIONAL INFORMATION

While based at Admiral Court leave your luggage with us in our secure lock-up while you explore the Southern region, Stewart Island and the Catlins.

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Popular Nearby Destinations:
Bluff = 20 min drive
Riverton = 40 min drive
Te Anau = 2 hours drive
Queenstown = 2 hours drive
Dunedin = 2.5 hours drive
Central Otago = 3 hours drive
Milford Sound = 3.5 – 4 hours drive

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