Invercargill is a city near the southernmost tip of New Zealand’s South Island. It's full of grand architecture, hospitable people & world-class facilities. It’s a gateway to wilderness areas including Stewart Island, with its Rakiura Track. It's a classic motoring centre that's a tradition starting with Burt Munro setting a land speed record (subject of the film, 'The World's Fastest Indian') that still stands today on his trusty old Indian Scout Motorbike, which you can visit. In town, the Southland Museum and Art Gallery has natural history collections and live tuatara reptiles. Queens Park features flower displays and sports facilities. To the southeast, Waituna Lagoon is home to abundant birdlife and trout populations.