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...
Riccarton Rotary Market
Experience the hustle bustle in New Zealand’s largest outdoor market organized on every Sunday of
Along the length of High Street, pick out Chaos from a multitude of shops for antiques and second
J. Ballantyne & Co
A department store with welcoming service and quality merchandise is what Ballantyne prides itself
Combining impeccable Japanese food and service at the most reasonable cost throughout Christchurch
Brigettes Espresso Bar
Always overbooked for its scrumptious brunches, the Brigettes has a knack for offering delicious
Dux de Lux
Young, adventurous and laid back. If you are all these things, the Dux is your place to be. With