Flower beds at the Botanic Gardens looking north towards the Canterbury Museum.
Bandsmens Memorial rotunda, Christchurch Botanic Gardens. This was the first memorial in New Zealand to be erected to the memory of bandsmen who fell in the Great War. It was designed by S. & A...
YMCA building, 12 Hereford Street.
Statue of William Sefton Moorhouse in the Botanic Gardens.
House at 26 Hereford Street.
South Hagley Park seen from the corner of Hagley Avenue and Riccarton Road.
The Wizard in Cathedral Square holding a map.
Cathedral Square looking west towards Worcester Street.
Cathedral Square looking south west towards the former Chief Post Office Building, with the Telecom building under construction behind it and the ANZ building under construction beside it.
Children playing in the Cathedral Square playground.
Victoria Square, looking north towards the Crowne Plaza Hotel
The Curator's House, Botanic Gardens at 7 Rolleston Avenue.
Christchurch Hospital viewed from Riccarton Avenue.
BNZ building in Cathedral Square.
The Bridge of Remembrance was opened on Armistice Day, 11 November, 1924 and was dedicated to the memory of those who took part in the1914-1918 war. At a later date further plaques were added to...
A schoolgirl cycles past the entrance to the Christchurch Botanic Gardens on Rolleston Avenue.
The shop at the Antigua Boatsheds, 2 Cambridge Terrace.
Canterbury Museum on Rolleston Avenue.
Former Chief Post Office building, with the Telecom building under construction behind.
Statue of James Edward Fitzgerald on Rolleston Avenue. Erected in 1939. Sculptor F. A. Shurrock. Protected-In-CCC-CityPlan-2009
Robert McDougall Art Gallery, 9 Rolleston Avenue. Built 1930 to 1932.
Canoeing on the Avon River