Anderson Park

Point of Interest

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The gracious and elegant Anderson Park is found on the outskirts of Invercargill and is testament to the generous spirit of one of Invercargills early prominent businessmen. The grand old homestead remains as a focal point of the park, surrounded by well-manicured gardens and mature trees. The homestead was closed to the public on January 30, 2014 after being assessed as being a serious earthquake risk. The Anderson Park grounds and picnic shelter areas remain open to the public. A well defined walking track leads the visitor through the native bush, which covers most of the park and is typical of what covered much of the Southland plains before the settlers arrived. Dog access is allowed if the dog is on a leash.

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Lat: -46.361096 Lng: 168.360888

User Reviews



We visited in 2019. Building was closed but it's a quiet, tranquil spot for a picnic/stroll, and the gardens were beautiful.


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