Action of a youth softball game of both male and female batters hitting the ball in Hagley Park.
Scenes of players participating in a cricket match at Hagley Park.
N. R. Savage walking his 7 Shetland sheep dogs in Hagley Park. The dogs are champions and have won awards including best male dog of the year in the South Island.
View of a batter and backstop during a game of softball in Hagley Park.
Scenes of a batter hitting the ball during a cricket match in Hagley Park.
Scenes during gameplay of a cricket match at Hagley Park.
Scenes during gameplay of a cricket match in Hagley Park.
Views of a grader skimming the surface off grassland in North Hagley Park in preparation for the construction of a road to link Harper Avenue to the end of Salisbury Street.
Group of primary school children from Wharenui School holding paper hot air balloons, made by the children, above their heads prior to their launch in Hagley Park.
A group of girls from Aranui High School in costume performing a puppet show to a group of children at the Arts Festival in the Botanic Gardens. Girls are, from left, Kari McCormick, Victoria Lennox...
A small boy looking into the mouth of a large papier mache crocodile puppet as part of the"Fan-tasticon" event at the Arts Festival in the Botanic Gardens.
Cricketer Richard Hadlee jumping whilst bowling during a cricket match in Hagley Park.
Mark Rhodes with Big Ted at the Summer Times teddy bears' picnic.
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.
Kim, 6, and Lawrence Taogaga, 8, at the Teddy Bears' Picnic
Brent McKeown and his two children Scott and Lisa watching a burning balloon during the What Now television programme home made balloon launch at Hagley Park.
Brent McKeown (right) and Hartmann Leonhard launching a balloon during the What Now television programme home made balloon launch at Hagley Park.
We just came to New Zealand at the end of the last year. We found the best place for us to enjoy always is the Hagley park located in Christchurch city. This is a photograph I have taken when my...
Rod Mayers sitting atop a sculpture at Botanic Gardens.
Clowns at the Summer Times carnival.
From left: Joanna Stilton, 3, Kate Cory, 4, Linda Mahar, 4, Joanne Haddock, 4, and Emma Pasco, 3, dancing to the music of 'Beyond a Joke'.
A band performs at the Spring's Here Festival in Hagley Park.
View of western central Christchurch, across Hagley Park, to the plains and foothills beyond.