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The great mass of Godley Head divides Taylors Mistake from Lyttelton Harbour. From the top of Godley Head there are ... More
The great mass of Godley Head divides Taylors Mistake from Lyttelton Harbour. From the top of Godley Head there are magnificent views of the ocean and Banks Peninsula, and there are a number of mountain bike tracks and walkways throughout the area, suited to most levels of fitness. Truly intriguing are the concrete bunkers and narrow tunnels running down the hillside, constructed during the Second World War to secure the harbor against a potential attack. The shortest walk to these bunkers is from the Godley Head car park.
This section of the Pegasus Bay coast is wild and exposed, with spectacular views across to Sumner Head and the
Kaikouras. On bleak winter days the plaintive cries of gulls and oystercatchers can barely be heard above the roar ...
High on the Port Hills, at the junction of the Christchurch Lyttelton Harbour road and the scenic Summit Road, near
Victoria Park, sits the curiously named, quaint, stone building, Sign of the Kiwi. Opened in 1917 as a tearoom ...
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 ...
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