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2 Cambridge Terrace, Christchurch Central, Christchurch 8013, New Zealand
The beautiful Avon river flows through the Botanic gardens in Christchurch. Enjoy a punting ride on the Avon or sit by the river in the Botanic Gardens.
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76-100 Cashel St, Christchurch Central, Christchurch 8011, New Zealand
Like the Cardboard Cathedral, the Re:START shopping mall has become a symbol of Christchurch's rebirth following the 2011 earthquake. Made up of dozens of shipping containers, the mall features retailers that sell goods ranging from books to New...
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Christchurch, New Zealand
What's not to love about these lovely red historic trams running in Christchurch? Get on one of these for a ride around the city.
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Montreal St, Christchurch Central, Christchurch 8013, New Zealand
Canterbury Cheesemongers is a cheese maturing and cheese selling business located in central Christchurch. We also bake breads and pastries and stock a range of grocery items that go well with cheese. At lunchtimes we make hot and cold cheese...
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5207 Christchurch Akaroa Rd, Little River 7591, Canterbury 7591, New Zealand
Hilltop Tavern, on the Banks Peninsula between Akaroa and Christchurch, has stunning views and friendly neighbor goats vying to share your meal. The menu, mostly pub favorites plus gourmet wood-fired pizza, also emphasizes local fish. The tavern...
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New Regent St, Christchurch Central, Christchurch 8011, New Zealand
Opened in 1932, New Regent Street is Christchurch’s only complete heritage streetscape. With beautiful Spanish Mission architecture, and a distinctive pastel colour scheme, it’s long been popular with locals and tourists alike. In amongst the...
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297 Lincoln Rd, Addington, Christchurch 8024, New Zealand
Situated on Lincoln Roald, central to Addington village, Addington Coffee Co-op is a quaintly opulent, natural light-filled cafe and roastery that spins Blondie, roasts and peddles their own brand of Fair Trade coffee. The business, housed in a...
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Waterfront Rd, South Hill, Oamaru 9400, New Zealand
The Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony belongs to the people of Oamaru. The facility is owned by the Local Government Authority, the Waitaki District Council, and managed by the Waitaki Development Board. The colony began when a small number of blue...
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3 Torridge St, Oamaru 9400, New Zealand
Whitestone Cheese was founded in 1987 as a diversification during the 1980’s rural downturn and a series of crippling droughts. Bob’s experience in livestock trading was quickly applied to cheese trading. The original factory was set up in Oamaru...
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The Elephant Rocks are near Duntroon in North Otago, New Zealand, are a collection of large weathered limestone rocks. They are located on a private farm 5 kilometres (3 mi) south of Duntroon, in the Maerewhenua Valley. The wider area around...
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Lake Tekapo 7999, New Zealand
Lake Tekapo is a sweet little slice of heaven, and a paradise you'll have all to your own, should you visit outside the high season. The glacial waters running out of the Southern Alps are every bit as mesmerizing as they are refreshing - which is...
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Dunedin Railway Station, Anzac Ave, Dunedin, 9016, New Zealand
From a germ of an idea to establish a farmers market at the south end of the city, they now have an operation at the attractive and historic Railway Station. Otago Farmers Market has rapidly become a weekly social event and part of the city’s...
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Hampden, New Zealand
Legend has it that these boulders are the food baskets of the great ancestral canoes that brought the Maori to New Zealand. On a recent trip to New Zealand to celebrate my retirement, my husband and I enjoyed walking around the beach marveling at...
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This building perhaps embodies Dunedin's wealthy inheritance. During the city's most prosperous years this railway station was the country's busiest, handling up to 100 trains each day. Though there have been many debates about whether the...
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280 Cumberland Street, Dunedin, 9016, New Zealand
Cadbury World Dunedin is a colourful, educational chocolate experience and fun for everyone! A Full Tour takes approximately 75 minutes and includes entry to the Visitor Centre, Theatre Presentation, Guided tour through our Cadbury Dunedin...
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Victory Pl, Port Chalmers 9023, New Zealand
Victory Beach is located on the Pacific Ocean coast of the Otago Peninsula, in the South Island of New Zealand, 24 kilometres by road from Dunedin city centre. The longest beach on the peninsula, Victory Beach is located northeast of the entrance...
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Otago Peninsula, 9077, New Zealand
The Otago Peninsula outside of Dunedin is a place for a walk, a bike ride, a crawl, whatever you can manage. Slopes of green, icy blue waters, flocks of sheep... it's just country-side bliss. You can also check out the Albatross colon, new zealand...
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21 The Octagon, Dunedin, 9016, New Zealand
Dunedin's main city center is the octagon. There is a smaller INNER octagon and an outer octagon. The inner octagon has most of the clubs and pubs/bars with cafe style open seating and live music. As you fan out into the outer octagon you start to...
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Stirling Rd, Otapiri 9782, New Zealand
Stirling Point marks the southern end of State Highway 1, which runs the length of New Zealand. The point is memorable for the large signpost displaying distances to major cities in the world - a photograph of this signpost is a must for your...
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Milford Sound 9679, New Zealand
In mid-May I spent a day kayaking in the idyllic Milford Sound—my first day in New Zealand. The water was cool and clean and the fog gave the Sound a mysterious feel. Kayaking offered the opportunity to get up close with some playful fur seal...
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Te Anau 9600, New Zealand
Having studied abroad in Australia, I took the month following classes to explore New Zealand. A definite highlight was hoping aboard a boat and cruising through the fiordlands for a couple days.
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205 Chard Road RD 1, Gibbston 9197, New Zealand
Set in one of the most picturesque locations in New Zealand, Chard Farm is blessed in more ways than one. Located in Central Otago, outside of Queenstown, the vineyard is a real favourite for wine lovers - not least because of its stunning gold...
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3 Arthurs Point Rd, Arthurs Point 9371, New Zealand
Queenstown is the home of every kind of wild thrill imaginable, all amidst a magnificent scenic backdrop. My boys have never been ones for extreme adventure, so going to the top of Bob’s Peak via a slow-moving gondola to see the city from a...
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The resort town of Queenstown tucked away in the Remarkables, a stunning mountain range in the South Island, is one of New Zealand's crown jewels. Not many towns around the world have better views or more adventure sports than Queenstown. One of...
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Queenstown, New Zealand
Once considered a novelty, night skiing is now ever popular at such resorts as Coronet Peak near Queenstown in the South Island. Lit by floodlights, you can board or ski on Friday and Saturday nights from sunset until 9 p.m. and watch the lights...
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Lake Mapourika, West Coast 7886, New Zealand
While Franz Josef Glacier is impressive and definitely warrants being explored on its own or from the skies, nearby sits the magnificent Lake Mapourika. In the morning it sits so still, its reflection is like a mirror of the towering glaciers and...
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Punakaiki, New Zealand
Every road in New Zealand leads to an even more epic landscape than the last. Is there one unsightly area in all of New Zealand? I think not!
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The, Whaleway Station Rd, Kaikoura 7340, New Zealand
Kaikoura, New Zealand.