Devil Burger, The Vinyl Bar, and Tillerman’s Nightclub
Why we think it's worth a visit
Food, Drink and Entertainment
Each of the three locations has its own ambience and style but are easily accessible from one another go between them easily depending on which service you’re looking for.
Tillerman’s is one of the few long-lasting nightclubs in Invercargill. It is also a popular spot to hold concerts in Invercargill.
While rock bands are popular at Tillerman, the venue also has other local NZ musicians come to play. Some bands and musicians over the last few years include Jon Toogood, The Jordan Luck Band, Devilskin, and Deadbeat. The venue can hold a couple hundred people comfortably for a concert.
A popular restaurant featuring burgers in Invercargill, Devil Burger has burgers, chips, drinks, and more.
Most burgers come in a regular and a large size option. The burgers can also be made as a wrap.
Devil Burger accommodates many different dietary restrictions. Gluten-free buns are an option, and they also have a vegetarian burger that has falafel instead of meat. Along with beef burgers they have grilled chicken, crumbed chicken, orange roughy, venison, and lamb as burger options too.
Recently, Devil Burger added an online ordering system. You can order any item ahead of time and have it ready on arrival. They’ve also partnered with DeliverEasy for delivery although they don’t yet deliver to Invercargill Holiday Park.
The Vinyl is a bar with several drink options and a large collection of vinyl records available to play on request. Although vinyl records are a strong focus they have music from many time periods to choose from while you have a drink.
There are plans for The Vinyl to be expanded in the future with a restaurant and a craft beer bar but those have been put on hold due to the pandemic.
If you want to get to Tillerman’s, Devil Burger, or The Vinyl, from our park, head south towards the city centre until you get to Don street. Occasionally, like with construction for the new hotel, Don street will become one way or close down partially so you’ll need to go on Spey street first to approach from the right direction.
Parking on Don Street uses the new parking metres, which are active until 5PM on weekdays and 9AM to 3PM on Saturday. There are no parking fees on Sunday.
16 Don St