View of the drivers seat and passenger area of a car.
Exterior view of a white car parked on grass in a park.
A group of adults and children swimming in a branch of the Waimakariri River at the Groynes in Northwood.
The head ranger at the Groynes, Lex Stock, on the new suspension bridge.
Lex Stock, Groynes head ranger, clearing weeds from the artificial lake.
A group of friends at the Groynes. Pictured, from front to back, Patrick Maguire, Glenn Thorpe, Steven Thorpe, Richard Geange and Michael Tansey.
Jean Foweraker and Huia Gilpin outside Foweraker House, Botanic Gardens. Foweraker House, named after Jean as acknowledgement of her plant donations to the Gardens since 1979. Gilpin House, named...
Children playing on the playground at the Botanic Gardens.
Children and families enjoying the paddling pool at the Christchurch Botanic Gardens.
Rod Mayers sitting atop a sculpture at Botanic Gardens.
Aerial view of Jellie Park with the swimming pool in the centre and Ilam Road in the background.
Redcliffs Park and houses in the foreground, with collapsed cliff behind.
Two Fernwood Hostel for the Blind residents in the Scented Garden Abberley Park. The Garden was created by Christchurch City Council for the blind residents of the nearby Fernwood Hostel.
Aerial view of Jellie park with the Lido Pool to the right. Truman Road and the intersection with Attlee Crescent are in the background.
Teimana, Renee and Ararina Mohi with Trevor Clark and pedal vintage car replicas at the Groynes
Tour guide drives a vehicle with tourists around the Botanic Gardens.
Ranger Malcolm Campbell on the suspension bridge at the Groynes.
Ranger Malcolm Campbell with native growth at the Groynes.
The suspension bridge crossing the waterways at the Groynes.
Women feeding the ducks at the Botanic Gardens with the playground and paddling pool in the background.
Aerial view of the city looking south towards the Port Hills from St Albans.
A group of children participating in the Children's Olympics at the Roy Stokes Community Hall park at 146 Seaview Road, New Brighton. The event is hosted by the Youth Alive Trust.