View across the fields with sheep towards Godley Head and out towards Pegasus Bay. In the foreground are tramping signs to Taylors Mistake and Boulder Bay.
A lighthouse and keepers cottage was erected in the early 1860's, constructed with locally quarried stone. It first displayed its light in early 1865. Access to the light was initially by way of a...
Dust billows seconds after a deep roaring sound signaled the collapse of a huge section of the cliff near Little Port Cooper on ANZAC Day, as seen from Godley Head. Dark sediment and breaks in the...
Exterior of the Godley Head lighthouse.
Views of the interior of the Godley Head lighthouse, including the view.
Views of Brian Gray (new chief lighthouse keeper at Godley Head) with his family (his wife, Thelma and Lesley, Kelly and Maria).
Views of the way to the lighthouse at Godley Head.
Views of the Godley Head lighthouse.
Interior of Godley Head lighthouse lighting system.
Exterior of the Lighthouse keeper's cottage at Godley Head.
Brian Gray, Godley Head chief lighthouse keeper, inspecting a bulb inside the Godley Head lighthouse.
A girl stands next to the bulb inside the Godley Head lighthouse.
Steps leading down to the lighthouse at Godley Head.
Lighthouse keeper, Brian Gray, with his wife Thelma, and their three children, Lesley, Kelly, and Maria.
"Plaque at the top of Evans Pass commemorating Captain Joseph Thomas, engineer and surveyor for the Canterbury Association. Canterbury Centenary 1850 - 1950." - Contributor's note.
Bridget Allen working on painting her mural on the outside of the World War II Godley Head Guard House along Godley Head Road to the east of Evans Pass.
A mural by Bridget Allen on the outside of the World War II Godley Head Guard House along Godley Head Road to the east of Evans Pass.
Sailboats in the water just off Lyttelton Harbour looking over to Port Levy. Godley Head is visible in the background.
View from Lyttelton Harbour towards Godley Head, taken from a viewpoint on Sumner Road.
Paraglider leaving the launch area on Summit Road, Sumner. Views are visible from Taylors Mistake, Harris Bay and Godley Head. A cargo ship is visible at sea.
View across bays in Lyttelton harbour, towards the heads.
A pet dog sat on New Brighton beach under a windsock with views across to Godley Head in the background.