Christchurch, New Zealand: Then & Now
This most prominent landmark of Christchurch was completed in 1904 into a dominating grey stone...
With the planting of an English oak tree in 1863, this Botanic Garden was given shape in New...
A thorough exploration of the Canterbury Museum is a must. With elaborate sections dedicated to the...
Get a feeling of the native New Zealand forestry in the Riccarton Bush, probably the last of the...
A small settlement on the Bank Peninsula and administratively a part of Christchurch, the Diamond...
A classy and upbeat apparel store, the Untouched World is full of glamour and stylish clothes
Wild South Adventure Clothing
The Wild South Clothing culture is hard to go unnoticed. Raw fashion and wild beauty are the
A haven for travelers and adventurous people, the Map World is full of accessories and necessities
Canterbury Tales is known to serve its diners with the best of everything. From pleasant
Tastefully decorated on traditional Spanish crockery are New Zealand’s most divine Spanish dishes
An attentive service, an ambient place and a superb menu are what Pescatore prides itself on to