Southland Aquatic Centre – Splash Palace

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Splash Palace is great place to come for a fun family day out. There are so many things to do here including waterslides, jumping of the high board, relaxing in the swirl pool and there is even a cafe to relax and enjoy a hot coffee. Splash Palace is the most resourceful pool in New Zealand. The 50m main pool has a portable dividing wall to allow for activities such as aquarobics, using the waterslide, lap swimming, swimming lessons...

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Dee and Tay Street

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Invercargill’s early success resulted in the former formation of many well commercial buildings and churches on Dee and Tay Street (Invercargill’s main street). One of the many historic buildings is the ex-Dee Street Hospital, the oldest public hospital in New Zealand, situated at the northern end of Dee Street. You will also find the old-fashioned former Porter’s Lodge, built in 1866 and presumed to be the oldest house still...

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Top 11 things to do in Invercargill

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Queens Park The most excellent reserve in the city centre is the Queens Park measuring 0.8 sq km, a botanical reserve famous for its beautiful rose gardens and the huge Steans Memorial Winter Garden. Other attractions here include a small wildlife park that has deer’s and wallabies, an aviary which is a house where birds are kept, and a challenging 18-hole golf course. Southland Museum and Art Gallery Located near the entrance to...

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About Invercargill

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Invercargill is New Zealand’s southernmost city, and the business centre of Southland. Invercargill is a well designed city with wide streets lined with trees and a lot of parks and reserves. Invercargill was established in the 1850s and 1860s by the Scottish immigrants, the city’s cultural links with Scotland are reflected in the streets named after Scottish rivers and in its many historic buildings. To the west of the city are...

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