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Top Things to Do in Christchurch (Lyttelton), New Zealand, from a Cruise Ship - Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

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Banks Peninsula

This article is about the peninsula on New Zealand's South Island. For the peninsula in Canada's Nunavut Territory, see Banks Peninsula (Nunavut). Banks Peninsula is a peninsula of volcanic origin on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand.

Lyttelton, New Zealand

Lyttelton (Māori: Ōhinehou) is a port town on the north shore of Lyttelton Harbour close to Banks Peninsula, a suburb of Christchurch, on the eastern coast of the South Island of New Zealand. Due to its establishment as a landing point for Christchurch-bound seafarers, Lyttelton has historically been regarded as the "Gateway to Canterbury" for colonial settlers.

Christchurch Railway Station (New Zealand)

Christchurch Railway Station is in the Canterbury region of New Zealand's South Island. It is on the Main North Line at Addington junction, and is the only remaining passenger railway station in the city: suburban passenger trains were cancelled due to lack of demand in the 1970s.

Port Hills

The Port Hills are a range of hills in Canterbury, New Zealand, so named because they lie between the city of Christchurch and its port at Lyttelton. The Port Hills run approximately east-west along the northern side of Lyttelton Harbour, including a number of summits between 300 and 500 metres above sea level.

Christchurch Gondola, Christchurch Attractions: Welcome Aboard

Ride in our new-look cable cars and experience the exciting changes at the top. We look forward to seeing you! Soar suspended above the suburbs as the birds fly beneath your cabin. The Christchurch Gondola whisks you nearly a kilometre to the Crater Rim.

Cardboard Cathedral

The Cardboard Cathedral in Christchurch, New Zealand, is the transitional pro-cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of Christchurch opened in August 2013. It was designed by architect Shigeru Ban and seats around 700 people. The site, on the corner of Hereford and Madras Streets in Latimer Square, is several blocks from the permanent location of ChristChurch Cathedral, which was significantly damaged in the 2011 Christchurch earthquake.

Lyttelton Harbour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The harbour's main population centre is Lyttelton, which serves the city of Christchurch, linked with Christchurch by the single-track Lyttelton rail tunnel (opened 1867), a two lane road tunnel (opened 1964) and two roads over the Port Hills. Diamond Harbour lies to the south and the Māori village of Rāpaki to the west.

Diamond Harbour, New Zealand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Diamond Harbour is a small settlement on Banks Peninsula, in Canterbury, New Zealand. It is on the peninsula's northern coast, on the southern shores of Lyttelton Harbour, and is administratively part of the city of Christchurch.

Riccarton, New Zealand

Riccarton is a suburb of Christchurch. It is due west of the city centre, separated from it by Hagley Park. Upper Riccarton is to the west of Riccarton. On 12 April 1840, the ship " Sarah and Elizabeth lands Herriot, McGillivray, Ellis, Shaw (and wife) and McKinnon (with his wife and child) who establish a farm at Riccarton.

Christchurch tramway system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

When the concessions under which the lines of the private tramway companies were operated came up for renewal from the late 1890s, the various local bodies involved saw it as an opportunity to consider municipalisation of the whole system.

Antigua Boat Sheds - Wikipedia

Die Antigua Boat Sheds sind hölzerne Bootshäuser am Avon River im Zentrum der Stadt Christchurch auf der Südinsel Neuseelands. Sie befinden sich am linken Ufer des Flusses in 2 Cambridge Terrace.

The Clearwater Resort - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Clearwater Resort in Christchurch is a par-72 championship course is the home to the BMW New Zealand Open. It is a former home to the New Zealand PGA Championship that was staged on the Nationwide Tour.

Mona Vale, Christchurch

Mona Vale, with its homestead formerly known as Karewa, is a public park of 4 ha in the Christchurch suburb of Fendalton. The homestead and gate house are both listed as heritage buildings with the New Zealand Historic Places Trust (NZHPT).

Te Onepoto / Taylors Mistake

Te Onepoto / Taylors Mistake is a locality in New Zealand, at the south eastern extremity of Christchurch city. Taylors Mistake is a bay adjacent to the locality, on the north side of Godley Head, on the northern edge of Banks Peninsula. The name Te Onepoto / Taylors Mistake is one of New Zealand's dual placenames.

Sumner, New Zealand

Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. Originally a separate borough, it was amalgamated with the city of Christchurch as communications improved and the economies of scale made small town boroughs uneconomic to operate.

Christchurch Central City

This article is about the Christchurch central city suburb. For the Christchurch Central electorate, see Christchurch Central. Christchurch Central City Basic information Local authority Christchurch City Council Electoral ward Hagley-Ferrymead Date established 1850 Population 7653 (30 June 2006) Facilities Surrounds Christchurch Central City is the geographical centre and the heart of Christchurch, New Zealand.

Lyttelton Times Building

The Lyttelton Times Building, last known as Base Backpackers, in 56 Cathedral Square, Christchurch Central City, was the last headquarters of the Lyttelton Times before its demise in 1935 as the then oldest newspaper in New Zealand.

St Saviour's Chapel

St Saviour's Chapel is an Anglican church in Christchurch, New Zealand. Originally located in Lyttelton, it was relocated to Cathedral Grammar School in the 1970s. Following the earthquakes and the demolition of the Anglican church in Lyttelton, St Saviour's is to be relocated back to Lyttelton on to the site of the former Holy Trinity Church.

Cathedral Square, Christchurch

Cathedral Square, locally known simply as the Square, is the geographical centre and heart of Christchurch, New Zealand, where the city's Anglican cathedral, ChristChurch Cathedral is located. The square stands at the theoretical crossing of the city's two main orthogonal streets, Colombo Street and Worcester Street, though in practice both have been either blocked off or detoured around the square itself.