Invercargill is New Zealand’s southernmost city, the commercial hub of Southland, and has a population of 52,000 people. Invercargill has a large network of parks and gardens near the city centre. There are also many walking and cycling opportunities around the city, not least of which is New Zealand’s only indoor Velodrome. Heritage buildings in the city centre add to its character. Situated near the south entrance to Queens Park, the Southland Museum and Art Gallery is the largest pyramid structure in the southern hemisphere. The i-SITE Visitor Information Centre is located in the foyer of the museum.