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What a lovely park in the centre of town. It is large but not massive so easy to walk around. Lovely on a fine day but also good on a slightly wet day as the trees are so large that they provide some shelter from...More
The kids love this place and cafe is great but always busy. The playground is great for all ages, visit the Animals while you are here and don#t forget to look for a hidden rock to keep from your travels here. They are in the...More
Queens Park in Invercargill is a great place for everyone, it has beautiful well kept gardens, a great children's playground and great small animal enclosures for children to observe, there is also a cafe that serves well priced food and caters for children. Queens Park...More
There is so much to see in these beautiful gardens you should allow yourself plenty of time. I think there would be something beautiful to look at in every season of the year. There are a myriad of paths through this gorgeous park and you...More
The Cheeky Llama is a pleasant spacious café. I've had blue cod and chips there but its not a restaurant, more a family café. Oddly enough there aren't any specialist sea food restaurants in Invercargill although there used... More
The Cheeky Llama is a pleasant spacious café. I've had blue cod and chips there but its not a restaurant, more a family café. Oddly enough there aren't any specialist sea food restaurants in Invercargill although there used to be. However most restaurants have sea food choices although I don't know which would be best.
A good question which I'll make enquiries about.
Generally NZ doesn't seem to celebrate sea food although its certainly available on menus. Strange though given the importance of fishing. Oysters are treated as gems.