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Whale Watch Kaikoura

Whale Watch Kaikoura

Whaleway Station Rd, Kaikoura

Whale Watch® is New Zealand's only marine-based whale watching company offering visitors an exciting up-close encounter with the giant Sperm... More Info

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Christchurch
Christchurch Tramway

Christchurch Tramway

PO Box 872, Christchurch

Christchurch TramwayWelcome aboard the Christchurch Tram! Travel on our newly extended track & enjoy this unique and historic way to view the... More Info

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Hanmer Springs
Hurunui Tourism

Hurunui Tourism

PO Box 13, Amberley

Situated just a 45-minute drive from Christchurch, the Hurunui region is one of the South Island's best-kept secrets. Hanmer Springs is the... More Info

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Christchurch
Christchurch Gondola

Christchurch Gondola

PO Box 872, Christchurch

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... More Info

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Hanmer Springs
Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa

Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa

Amuri Ave (PO Box 30), Hanmer Springs

Hanmer Springs is New Zealand's premier alpine spa destination. Its is the place to be winter or summer with the Thermal Pools Complex better... More Info

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Riccarton
Westfield Riccarton

Westfield Riccarton

129 Riccarton Rd, Christchurch

"Christchurch's Shopping Heart". If you like the best shops, you'll absolutely love Westfield Riccarton. You'll find over 180 premium stores... More Info

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Hornby
Dress-Smart Outlet Centre

Dress-Smart Outlet Centre

409 Main South Rd, Hornby, Christchurch

The South Island's only dedicated factory outlet shopping centre, situated at Hornby, Christchurch (10-15-minute drive from city centre). Over... More Info

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Mount Cook
Glacier Explorers

Glacier Explorers

Terrace Rd, Aoraki Mount Cook Alpine Village

Let Glacier Explorers take you on an amazing encounter with New Zealand's largest glacier, the Tasman Glacier. Depart from The Hermitage and... More Info

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Kaikoura
Kaikoura Helicopters - Whale Watching

Kaikoura Helicopters - Whale Watching

Whale Way Station (PO Box 5), Kaikoura

Kaikoura Helicopters is the only true way to experience Kaikoura's many natural wonders. Whether it is whale watching or one our spectacular... More Info

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Maori Tours Kaikoura

Maori Tours Kaikoura

Churchill St, Kaikoura

A Real Insight into Maori people and our way of life. We invite you to stand in the heart of the day with our family as we share more than... More Info

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Canterbury is home to many districts - Kaikoura, Hurunui, Waimakariri, Selwyn, Ashburton, South Canterbury, Mackenzie, Banks Peninsula, Waimate, as well as the city of Christchurch.
Kaikoura is where the mountains meet the sea. Experience the marine life - see the giant sperm whale, the world's largest variety of pelagic birds, or swim with the acrobatic dusky dolphins.
Within the Hurunui region lies Hanmer Springs, a scenic alpine and thermal village offering a multitude of exciting challenges - from bungy jumping to jet boating, forest walks to mountain biking. The Waipara wine region offers plenty of opportunities to sample a variety of excellent wines.
The Waimakariri District has safe beaches and braided rivers, fishing, walks, scenic countryside, crafts and museums.
Selwyn District extends from the edge of Christchurch to Arthur's Pass National Park and the main divide of the Southern Alps mountain range. The district is known for its wineries, golf courses, high-country lakes and rivers.
The Ashburton District is home to an array of adventurous pursuits - skiing, hot-air ballooning and jet boating. For a more relaxed pace, visit a historic high-country sheep station or enjoy a round of golf.
Attractive towns, lush pasture, rolling green hills and braided rivers make up the South Canterbury District. It is home to the country's largest Maori rock collection and many scenic and cultural activities.
The Mackenzie region is renowned for its scenic beauty and the hospitality of its high-country people. It is home to Aoraki/ Mt Cook, the highest peak in New Zealand. Enjoy lake cruises, heli-skiing, star gazing, or scenic flights over the Southern Alps.
Step back into Maori, French, British and whaling history when visiting Canterbury's oldest village, Akaroa on Banks Peninsula. See the rare Hector's dolphin, or go for one of the many walks ranging from one hour to four days.
Waimate, just south of Timaru, is home to New Zealand's largest wallabies. Visitors can enjoy a variety of native bushwalks located close to town.

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Canterbury: Canterbury is home to many districts - Kaikoura, Hurunui, Waimakariri, Selwyn, Ashburton, South Canterbury, Mackenzie, Banks Peninsula, Waimate, as well as the city of Christchurch. Kaikoura is where the mountains meet the sea. Experience the marine life - see the giant sperm whale, the world's largest variety of pelagic birds, or swim with the acrobati... Read More

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