Parks and Reserves

Invercargill has about 150 parks and reserves on over 3000 hectares of land, offering a wide range of venues and facilities to cater for sporting and recreational activities.


Visit our parks

Check the scores of parks Invercargill offers for your enjoyment and recreation, including the city’s jewel, Queens Park (pictured).

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Sport and Recreation

Invercargill is peppered with great venues for sport and recreation including the outstanding 2000ha natural playground at Sandy Point.

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Parks planning

Check the planning and management documents for the Invercargill and Bluff parks and reserves managed by the Parks Division.

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Parks booking fees and forms

The Council encourages the use of the City’s parks and reserves for events big and small; the documents you need are on this page.

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