Dee and Tay Streets

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Dee and Tay Streets , Invercargill Overview

Dee and Tay streets are the two main streets of Invercargill, the southernmost and westernmost city in New Zealand. This city was established by Scottish immigrants and most of the streets here are named after Scottish rivers. The cultural and traditional links of the city with Scotland are clearly visible in the streets. Dee and Tay streets are emblematic of Invercargill’s place as a heritage hotspot, and these streets are littered with buildings that are centuries old and outline Invercargill’s history.

All commercial buildings and churches which were an essential part of the formation of Invercargill are on this street, including the former Dee Street Hospital which is incidentally the oldest public hospital of New Zealand. This street has a healthy dose of history.

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How To Reach Dee and Tay Streets

Dee Street is State Highway 6 and is connected to Queenstown or West coast while Tay Street is State highway 1 and is connected to Dunedin and Gore.
Invercargill has a fully functioning airport, well connected to Christchurch and Wellington. Air New Zealand, Etihad has flights from India to Christchurch and Wellington and one can always take a connecting flight to Invercargill from there. The flight time from Christchurch to Invercargill is about an hour while a flight from Wellington takes about two and a half- hours.

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