About Christchurch

Christchurch, known for its English heritage, is located on the east coast of New Zealand’s South Island. Flat-bottomed punts glide on the Avon River, which meanders through the city center. On its banks are cycling paths, the green expanse of Hagley Park and Christchurch Botanic Gardens. Christchurch’s "Cardboard Cathedral,” named after one of its primary construction materials, is a temporary stand-in for the former neo-Gothic edifice. Stores and cafes inhabit shipping containers at the Re:START retail complex. Canterbury Museum, telling the story of the city, also has Maori and Antarctic exploration collections. Christchurch Gondola travels up Mt. Cavendish for panoramic views of the city, the Canterbury Plains, and the Southern Alps. Christchurch is a gateway for dolphin-spotting in the Banks Peninsula's Akaroa Harbour, skiing at Mt. Hutt and scenic TranzAlpine railway trips through the Southern Alps.
Hagley Park

Hagley Park is the largest urban open space in Christchurch. Hagley Park is characterized by its trees and broad open spaces and was named after Hagley Park, the country estate of Lord Lyttelton. The Botanic Gardens contain a collection of beautiful flowers and trees from around the world. The gardens attract many birds to the park, and sightseers frequently visit the park to view the plants and the wildlife.
Christchurch Botanic Gardens

Christchurch Botanic Gardens, located in the central city of Christchurch were founded in 1863 when an English oak was planted to commemorate the solemnization of the marriage of Prince Albert and Princess Alexandra of Denmark. The Christchurch Botanic Gardens have a variety of collection of exotic and local plants of New Zealand. The Herb Garden, located by the Curator's House has several plants of culinary and medicinal value.
Cardboard Cathedral

Cardboard Cathedral formally called the Transitional Cathedral is the transitional pro-cathedral of the Anglican Diocese and has become an icon of Christchurch. The walls are waves of cardboard drawing the eyes upwards and the roof is a thin translucent skin. It is one of the very few buildings in the world made substantially of cardboard. The Cathedral is a working church and all visitors are welcome.
Orana Wildlife Park

Orana Wildlife Park is New Zealand's only open-range zoo located on the outskirts of Christchurch. The park has more than 400 animals across 70 species. It offers close encounters with some of its animals, including hand-feeding the giraffes, and a lion encounter where you can ride through the lion reserve in a truck-mounted cage during feeding time.
New Regent Street

New Regent Street is a pedestrian mall in Christchurch. It has a beautiful Spanish Mission architecture, and a distinctive pastel color scheme, it’s long been popular with locals and tourists alike. There are numerous boutique shops. From Gelato, cookies, and cakes to a whisky bar, diamond jewelers, and gifts.
Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral, also called Christ Church Cathedral or Cathedral Church of Christ, is a deconsecrated Anglican cathedral in the city of Christchurch an iconic heritage building. The high altar's reredos was made from kauri planks from an old bridge over the Hurunui River and includes six carved figures. The cathedral contains the throne and memorial to Bishop Harper, the first Bishop of Christchurch and the second Primate of New Zealand, who laid the foundation stone in 1864 and preached at the consecration service in 1881.
Mona Vale

Mona Vale, with its homestead formerly known as Karewa, is a public park of 4 hectares in the Christchurch suburb of Fendalton. The fernery and the rose garden, and the pavilion with the setting of the park along the Avon River, add to the attractiveness of the property. It is one of the major tourist attractions of Christchurch. Enjoy a garden of mature trees, sloping lawns, and herbaceous borders.
Bridge of Remembrance

Bridge of Remembrance is one of two main war memorials in Christchurch, New Zealand. It is dedicated to those who died in World War I and serves as a memorial for those who participated in two World Wars as well as subsequent conflicts in Borneo, Korea, Malaya, and Vietnam.
Christchurch Gondola

Christchurch Gondola is also known as a cable car is located in Heathcote Valley, and it traverses the slopes of Mount Cavendish in the Port Hills and a prominent tourist attraction. The gondola ride offers panoramic views across the city of Christchurch and the Canterbury Plains to the Southern Alps in the north and west, and down into Lyttelton Harbour and the Banks Peninsula in the south and east.
Bottle Lake Forest

Bottle Lake Forest is a production forest and recreational park located in Christchurch. The visitor center at Forest's entry from Waitikiri Drive provides visitors with information about the different roles of Bottle Lake Forest. Throughout the forest lies a carpet of indigenous moss, lichens, and common ferns - such as bracken, pigfern, chain fern, and water fern. Nearer the coast marram grass and tree lupin grow.
Best Time To Visit Christchurch

The best time to visit Christchurch is from March to May when the weather is cooler.

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