Invercargill is the southernmost city in New Zealand, on the South Island, and one of the southernmost permanent human settlements in the world. It is the commercial center of the Southland region.
It is located in the heart of the wide expanses of plains of the Southland Plains, on the banks of the Oreti River and about 30 kilometers north of Bluff, which is effectively the southernmost population of the country. It is the gateway to one of New Zealand’s most beautiful landscapes and destinations, including the heart of Southland, Stewart Island, Fiordland and the Catlins.
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