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There can be no better symbol of the passing of time in the Garden City than the Floral Clock. Located in one quarter of the ... More
There can be no better symbol of the passing of time in the Garden City than the Floral Clock. Located in one quarter of the elegant plaza that lies before the Christchurch Parkroyal Hotel, the floral clock is a blaze of color for most of the year. Gifted to the city and installed in 1954, an electric mechanism drives the hands of the clock around a design up to 8.5 metres in diameter. Each spring and autumn, up to 7000 new plants are used to restore the clock face.
Bordered by the graceful Avon River, the Botanic Gardens truly reflects Christchurch's reputation as the garden city. It boasts the
finest single collection of exotic and indigenous plants in New Zealand, with spectacular year round displays and more than ...
The magnificent Hagley Park, where the Christchurch folk walk, jog and play, covers 161 hectares of the inner city. Almost
every sporting activity imaginable is played here, from petanque to New Zealand's national game, rugby. In summer, outdoor concerts ...
Five star luxury accommodation in a Georgian Mansion is a rare treat in Australasia, and an experience not to be
missed. The Weston House offers stunning food and wine, relaxed luxury, vibrant conversation, and truly personal service – all ...