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This hollow, 11 metre high mass of volcanic stone is a familiar landmark and playground in the seaside suburb of Sumner. The ... More
This hollow, 11 metre high mass of volcanic stone is a familiar landmark and playground in the seaside suburb of Sumner. The signal station on the summit of the rock once supplied information to vessels crossing the Heathcote Bar. Local Maori legend has it that Cave Rock is what remains of a great whale, beached there by sorcery by a local chief in an act of revenge. The rock is climbable, with care, and it is also possible to explore the large cave inside during low tide.
There is no other place in the world where it is possible to fly from the center of the city,
in view of the ocean toward snow capped mountains. Hot air ballooning the ultimate adventure and the best way ...
The quintessential cultural venue of the city is housed within grand Gothic revival buildings, and linked by a maze of
courtyards. The buildings were gifted to the people of Christchurch in 1974 to use as a community arts centre. ...
The restored electric tram regularly clatters down the length of historic New Regent Street, offering a sense of what the
city was once like. Beautifully renovated Spanish Mission style facades line both sides of the street, overlooking cafes, restaurants ...
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