Main Road and Peacock's Gallop.
Cave Rock, Sumner.
View of Sumner and Richmond Hill from Cave Rock.
Greg Gaffney of Sumner with a piece of debris from the blasting at Scarborough which bounced into his property on The Esplanade.
A roof of a house on The Esplanade which has been repaired after damage caused by debris from the blasting at Scarborough.
Lisa Morton of the Esplanade sits on a surfboard with her dog, Roger, at Sumner beach.
Members of the Sumner Bridge Club in the newly restored club rooms. Pictured are: G. V. Goodwin, K. Bruin, E. M. Pengelly, H. Andrews, J. Cooper, M. A. Sanders,
Margosue Penney (front) at Sumner - across the road from the park.
Exterior of The Cabin tearooms and takeaways at 22 Esplanade in Sumner. Next door is the Cave Rock Gallery.
Exterior of the Beachcomber Restaurant at 25 Esplanade in Sumner with Sumner beach in the foreground.
Exterior of the Scarborough Fair Restaurant and Café at 147 Esplanade in Sumner next to Scarborough beach. A row of seagulls are sat along the top of the building.
View from Scarborough Hill of Sumner beach and Cave Rock and on to the tip of Southshore and across towards the Southern Alps.
A Dakota Aircraft being moved by crane along Evans Pass Road. Two people are visible assisting the move around the road.
For many people in Christchurch, the seaside suburb of Sumner offers memories of summer days spent on the beach, climbing Cave Rock, and ice creams. For those who have made it their home, it is a...
Annami (left) and Ashleigh have been friends as part of the IHC Volunteer Friendship programme since Aug 2017. They both enjoy sun and sand and their visit to Sumner Beach was all about walking and...
View of Cave Rock and Sumner Beach taken from Clifton.
A group of surfers entering the waves at Sumner beach. Scarborough is visible behind the beach.
Edge of Cave Rock on Sumner Beach with seagulls in the foreground. The South Pacific Ocean is visible in the background.
View over to Cave Rock and Sumner Beach, Sumner taken from Richmond Hill.
The Sumner Scarborough Clock Tower taken from the Esplanade.
Exterior of an ice cream parlour and JDV café with outdoor seating taken from the Esplanade. Several people can be seen dining in the outdoor area of the café. Richmond Hill is visible in the...
Buildings on Nayland Street including Sumner Post Office, butchers, fruit and vegetable shop, and hairdresser. A woman is visible in the foreground carrying shopping.
Sumner Beach at high tide. The Esplanade runs on the right hand side with the Sumner Scarborough Clock Tower in the background.