Double exposure. One image shows three people swimming in the ocean at an unidentified beach. Image two shows a woman walking beside the ocean at an unidentified beach.
Double exposure. One image shows two women on horse back on the hills, with trees in the background. Image two shows two people walking holding sticks.
Felsi (left) and Nela are friends as part of the IHC Volunteer Friendship programme and will brave any weather so they can go for a walk. Here they are enjoying a walk around the block in the southern...
Rita Norris recalls spending days at Corsair Bay as a child.
Numerous people share their stories of catching the train between Lyttelton and Christchurch.
A woman with cerebral palsy shares her story of regularly travelling to school in a pram with her siblings.
Pam Jackson talks about going home from school for lunch each day, except for on rainy days where children would stay in class for an extra hour, and go home early for the day.
Army officers and sergeants walking from Aylesbury to Burnham in a fund-raising effort for the Commonwealth Games.
Waltham School students walking along footpath.
MP B. G. Barclay, former All Black Dennis Young, Maurice Dixon and school students on the grounds of Waltham School.
Views of athletics at Rugby Park. [Frame 27] Competitive walkers, Robert Elder, John Cleary, John Hinton, and Peter Cleary.
Looking towards Sumner from the Scarborough Track above Whitewash Head Road.
View of the Monument-Te Pōhue on the Mount Herbert track.
Views of 2000 scouts on their annual fundraising trek to Kaiapoi.
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...
Our walking group love to "hug a tree" This photo was taken on the hills in the upper part of French Farm Valley. 19 October 1996. Brian, Margo, Linley, Annette, Ivan, Stella, Margaret, Graeme.
These photos are of the girls from Papanui Technical High School. They may be the Rangiora Youth Recreational Club. The girls were doing a trip around Banks Peninsula in 1948. They were mostly taken...
Fay, Pam & Dorothy in Lyttelton in 1948. These photos are of the girls from Papanui Technical High School. They may be the Rangiora Youth Recreational Club. The girls were doing a trip around Banks...
This photograph is of my Uncle, Aunty and cousins on a summer picnic outing around 1954. I'm not sure of the exact location, but love the image and looks to have been taken in the Banks Peninsula area...
Out for a stroll - Malvern Hills?
Phyllis Morse, her sister Mary Morse and friend Lorraine Fuller walking along Purau Avenue with Purau Bay in the background.
Views of walkers who are showing opposition to the completion of the new Summit Road by walking the newly bulldozed track. The protest was organised by the Summit Walk Committee.