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Willowbank Wildlife Reserve

4 star rating: Recommended 87 Reviews

Have a memorable hands-on meeting with New Zealand's unique animals at the Willowbank Wildlife Reserve. Mixing lighthearted entertainment with more serious ...  Read more

Akaroa Cruise Port

4 star rating: Recommended 60 Reviews

Akaroa Cruise Port Akaroa is a historic French and British settlement not far from Christchurch on New Zealand’s South Island. Set on a long harbor and ...  Read more

Banks Peninsula

4 star rating: Recommended 22 Reviews

The Banks Peninsula is a side of Christchurch that too many visitors miss out on. This mostly-undeveloped, circular peninsula juts out from Christchurch like ...  Read more

Picton Cruise Port

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Small but lively, Picton may be one of the sunniest ports in New Zealand. Located at the head of Queen Charlotte Sound, it links the country’s South Island ...  Read more

Air Force Museum

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

For such an isolated country, New Zealand has a lengthier military history than you would expect from the island nation.  After all, with its ties to England ...  Read more

Avon River

To the native Maori, the Avon River was an area of swampland which was used as a seasonal fishing spot. The area around the rivermouth was mostly ...  Read more

Bridge of Remembrance

Located at the center of town in what many are deeming the “New Christchurch”, the Bridge of Remembrance is a historical monument that holds significance for ...  Read more

Canterbury Museum

Much like the fascinating Te Papa Museum in Wellington, the Canterbury Museum offers an in-depth look at the history and culture of Christchurch. Located in ...  Read more

Cashel Street (Re:Start Mall)

There was once a time when busy Cashel Street was the thumping heart of Christchurch. With the devastating destruction of the 2011 earthquake, however, the ...  Read more

Coronet Peak

Located only 25 minutes from the adventure capital of Queenstown, Coronet Peak is one of the most popular ski resorts on the entire South Island of New ...  Read more

Glenfalloch Woodland Gardens

The Glenfalloch Woodland Gardens, established in 1871, has been named a Garden of National Significance by the New Zealand Garden Trust, and for good reason. ...  Read more

Hagley Park

Without a doubt, Hagley Park is the greenest, most relaxing, yet also most happening 1 sq. mile in Christchurch. On the relaxing side, this central park ...  Read more

Hollyford Track

In a nation which offers some of the world’s best trekking, the case could be made that the Hollyford Track is New Zealand’s most underrated hike. What’s ...  Read more

Kawarau Suspension Bridge

Spanning 141 feet above the waters of dramatic Kawarau Gorge, no attraction is more iconic to Queenstown than the historic Kawarau Suspension Bridge. Built in ...  Read more

Lake Pukaki

If you've ever seen a picture of Lake Pukaki, you can be forgiven for thinking there’s no way that this lake could possibly be real. After all, the color of ...  Read more

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