Invercargill Flights GuideInvercargill is New Zealand's southernmost city founded in the 1850s. Enjoy learning about art and history at the Southland Museum before visiting the Water Tower made of beautiful Victorian brick. The Victoria Railway Hotel is one of the oldest in New Zealand and the Invercargill Heritage Trail immerses you in rich history. Queens Park, Otepuni Gardens and Oreti Beach are perfect places to relax after exploring.
Dunedin is a 2 ½ hour drive from Invercargill with InterCity busses available while Queenstown is also accessible by car or bus in about the same time and distance. Christchurch is a longer drive or bus ride north of Invercargill.
Invercargill has a temperate oceanic climate with an average yearly climate of 10 degrees celsius. Invercargill is full of sunshine with 16 hours of daylight in the summer month of December.Visiting Invercargill during the summer months makes for a lot of sunshine and chances to see southern lights of the aurora australis. Travelers will find the best weather during the month of February but note that this falls around Invercargill's rainy season. The coldest month is in August but temperatures are still favourable during this time of year.
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