10 ground-floor units, opposite 'The Warehouse'. Near Westfield Mall/railway station & Addington Raceway.
Off Linwood Avenue. Modern facilities; quiet, spacious and friendly holiday park. Free wireless internet. 14 stand-alone ground-floor units... more
Holiday parks in Christchurch are great for family holidays that won't break the bank. You don't have to pitch a tent either; most holiday parks have a range of accommodation if camping isn't your style. Accommodation usually ranges from tent sites and on-site caravans to motels and self-contained cabins.
Christchurch is well on the way to recovery after the devastating earthquakes of 2010 and 2011, and much of the city retains its distinctively attractive mix of old and new.
Although the historic Christchurch Cathedral was damaged by the 2011 earthquake, and the Christchurch Art Gallery remains closed, many other important cultural icons continue to delight visitors. Enjoy the meandering River Avon, historic churches and buildings, museums, galleries, parks and gardens.
You can base yourself in Christchurch and make forays into the Canterbury District, including Banks Peninsula and along the scenically gifted State Highway 72, which is known as the Inland Scenic Route. For your stay in Christchurch, choose from a wide variety of accommodation in the city and throughout the suburbs.
If you're looking for a fun experience, visit the highly regarded Court Theatre - complete with exciting new premises. The Court Theatre has a proud history in the city, having provided productions ranging from New Zealand shows to international classics for 40 years.
Formerly based in the Arts Centre, the company was forced to find a new home after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. Now settled into a converted grain store in Addington, the theatre has continued to stage productions for adults and children. The theatre is home to New Zealand's longest running comedy show, Scared Scriptless.
As well as the new theatre, Addington boasts an entirely redeveloped and refreshed post-earthquake scene of bars, cafes, the new AMI Stadium and Horncastle Arena. Also in the area is the Addington Raceway, which along with the New Zealand Cup and Show Week has regular race meetings, and is ideal for a great day or night out for visitors to Christchurch.
Another theatre that has made a welcome return after the earthquakes is the Isaac Theatre Royal in Gloucester Street. This 106-year-old Grand Old Lady of New Zealand theatre was closed for nearly four years and has undergone a $40 million rebuild and restoration project.
There are luxury hotels, apartments, motor lodges, bed & breakfasts and self-catering motels, as well as more modest establishments. Select from backpacker lodges, a youth hostel, holiday parks and campgrounds, offering budget accommodation, campervan and campsites. Pet-friendly accommodation may be available by arrangement.
Christchurch: Christchurch is well on the way to recovery after the devastating earthquakes of 2010 and 2011, and much of the city retains its distinctively attractive mix of old and new. Although the historic Christchurch Cathedral was damaged by the 2011 earthquake, and the Christchurch Art Gallery remains closed, many other important cultural icons continue to del... Read MoreFull Info Photos