Captain Geoff Cain with some of the explosives which have been found in Canterbury. The largest of these was found at Camp Bay.
Jeffrey Harris, artist working on the Banks Peninsula, sat in a window with one of his oil on hardwood paintings of two people in a rural setting.
View of Eastern Christchurch and Avon-Heathcote estuary with Mount Pleasant.
View of Tumbledown Bay.
View of an emergency rescue vehicle, a Toyota Land Cruiser, for Banks Peninsula which will be based in Akaroa and manned by the Akaroa Volunteer Fire Brigade.
Aerial view of Diamond Harbour including the Diamond Harbour Jetty with views across to Purau.
Aerial view of Diamond Harbour looking West towards Church Bay, Hays Bay, Charteris Bay with views across to the Banks Peninsula in the background.
View of Barry's Bay, Ōnawe Peninsula, and Duvauchelle from the road leading down to Barry's Bay.
A group stringing up eels to dry as part of a gathering at Rapaki to celebrate the 120th anniversary of the Treaty of Waitangi.
We encountered a very friendly goat at the Hilltop Tavern, where we were attending a wedding. It was perfectly content to sit down and enjoy the view of Banks Peninsula for a while.
Growing and harvesting cocksfoot grass (Dactylis glomerata) was a major industry on Banks Peninsula from 1853 until the 1930s.
Exterior of St John's Old Stone Church, on the corner of Christchurch-Akaroa Road and Morrisons Road, Little River on the Banks Peninsula.
Mr Riki Tainui packing weighted curd into hoops before it is tightly packed into blocks at Barry's Bay cheese factory in Akaroa.
Mr Ian George stacking cheese blocks in the large cool store at Barry's Bay cheese factory in Akaroa.
Aerial view of land between Dyers Road and Pages Road marked for proposed sewage ponds. The image has been overlaid with the proposed plans and notes. The Avon-Heathcote Estuary and Banks Peninsula is...
Ellangowan homestead at Hickory Bay on the Banks Peninsula.
A snowman with a sausage roll for a nose and Oreo cookies for eyes and buttons on the Banks Peninsula looking back towards Diamond Harbour, Lyttelton and beyond across the Port Hills to Christchurch...
Looking over Akaroa Harbour. My mum, not long arrived in New Zealand and her little dog.
My brother on his Yamaha MX80 outside the Pigeon Bay School.
A protester burns the New Zealand flag at Okains Bay Waitangi Day celebrations.
Waitangi Day commemorations
I joined a walking group 29 October 1995 for a walk on the Great Peninsula. This decayed Totare tree was taken on a walk from the Hill Top on Banks Peninsula to Little River. There were great views...
Some of the walking group on the down trip after completing their climb up to the Pulpit Rock. Annette, Margaret, Merle, Margo, Stella, Graeme and Ivan. Akaroa Heads are the background of this Banks...
Pulpit Rock is a large volcanic rock situated above Akaroa Harbour at a height of 457.2 metres. The rock stretches across the upper part of French farm Valley. Some of our walking group starting off...