There's plenty to see and explore in New Zealand's most southern region, aptly named Southland, so discover a place full of possibilities with our guide,
Southland is known for its cheese rolls, excellent Kiwi hospitality, “The World’s Fastest Indian”, Stewart Island, Fiordland, and more. Her 35,000 square kilometers are full of natural beauty and friendly people.
Whether you’re visiting on a clear day or get to experience some strong southerly weather conditions, you simply can’t beat Southland when it comes to striking coastline, delicious local fare, lush rolling hills, fresh seafood, unique attractions, and rich local history.
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Perched in the beautiful suburb of Windsor, Stashh is a well-curated, women’s fashion boutique stocking exclusive New Zealand labels.
See Ya Peter
Well-known for their cheeky card selection, varied array of NZ made goods and highly unique, small-batch brands, this home & gift shop is a must-visit for anyone looking...
You may only be a few minutes from the city, but Ziffs has a knack for making you feel a world away.
Ago-to café whether you’re stopping by to see the classic motorcycle collection at Mecca, or just looking for a satisfying meal in the heart of the city.
If a flavourful meal in a cosy, inviting atmosphere is what you’re after in this southern city, then look no further.
Black Shag Boutique Café
Head to Black Shag in Invercargill for the perfect trifecta of coffee, food and service.
Amigo's Mexican Grill
The cheerful, upcycled decor and friendly staff will welcome you with open arms at this Mexican food establishment, and a margarita won’t be far behind.
Alley Cat Tattoo
A unique tattoo studio that’s quirky and welcoming enough to tempt even the most strait-laced person to get inked.
He Waka Tuia
In the heart of Invercargill you’ll find art and museum space He Waka Tuia, a joint initiative between the Invercargill Public Art Gallery and the Southland Museum and Art Gallery.
Walking into the traditional, elegant dining room of Emberz, tucked inside the Ascot Park Hotel, feels like a personal invite to linger over a long dinner.
Found My Way
Like a feel-good movie that can take you out of reality, this beautiful store feels like a tiny escape from the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life.
Serving up New York Style bagels that are made with hand-picked ingredients, this casual breakfast and lunch stop is a tried-and-true favourite amongst students and local office workers.
There’s no need to rush in and out here, the team at Georgetown Barbers aspire to make getting a haircut less of an errand and more of an experience.
At the only café in Invercargill’s northwest corner, expect to nd delicious baked goods all made in house, hearty breakfast and lunch dishes and plenty of options for dietary restrictions.
Come revel in the Liz Thomas's old timey glamour while exploring the very best of NZ fashion.
Tuatara Café & Bar
A brewery, craft beer bar and pizzeria rolled into one, visit Tuatara Café to enjoy all of the above in one of Dee Street’s historic buildings.
Perched above the Pacific, Oyster Cove serves up the best of the best when it comes to Aotearoa’s seafood.
Invercargill's non-profit health foods store, café and community hub.