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...
Winter in Canterbury, on a good day, offers clear, crisp mornings and views of the Southern Alps. At its worst, it can bring heavy snow and freezing temperatures. Wrap up warm and explore a selection...
A person crossing Colombo Street during heavy snowfall on Colombo Street in Sydenham.
The Port Hills with a dusting of snow.
Heathcote Valley after snowfall looking onto back of school with maltworks and railway station on the left and Methodist Church in centre.
Newspaper caption: Winter scenes in the Cass District.
Newspaper caption: Winter scenes in Canterbury
Albie Bettle standing outside his Four Square Store on the corner of 16 Station Road, Heathcote Valley. Snow fell from 12-14 July followed by a gale on 13 July.
Views of netball players practicing at the Canterbury Association netball courts in Hagley Park.
View of the Botanic Gardens after snowfall, looking towards the William Sefton Moorhouse statue and Curator's House with Rolleston Avenue behind.
View towards the Avon River and the Botanic Gardens footbridge in the snow.
View of Hagley park with mature trees, gate and fence in winter with snow.
At Porters Pass between 40-50 decade. My dad on right, and Grandmother on right.
A tractor operated scoop clearing snow at Carlton Corner on the corner of Papanui Road and Bealey Avenue.
Four children on a toboggan in the snow on the Port Hills, near the Sign of the Kiwi.
Snow covering Dyers Pass Road and the car park at the Sign of the Kiwi. Two men push a plumbers van up the hill.
Cars stuck in snow on Dyers Pass Road in the Cashmere Hills.
Tony North and Melanie Johnston on a snow mobile travelling down Waller Terrace in Addington in the snow.
Cashmere Hills postie, Wendy Gray, delivering mail in the snow.
Kristian Stannard with Andrew Sewers on his shoulders, clearing snow from a road sign on Dyers Pass Road.
Eanne Fromont clearing the snow off the windscreen of her car.
Brad McClurg with ice covered punga trees after a heavy frost in his garden in Riccarton.