Four men and four women drinking billy tea as part of a picnic in the Rotokawa area near Taupō in the North Island. A picnic basket and Manuka-pole drying racks for clothes are also visible.
A group of Russian tourists pictured shortly after arriving in Christchurch for a ten-day holiday over the Christmas period.
My grandmother and her friends having fun at their holiday house at Kairaki Beach. Five photos from a photograph album. My grandmother Eva Grace Dutch who married Charles Edwin Featherstone. The main...
My grandmother and her friends having fun at their holiday house at Kairaki Beach. Five photos from a photograph album.
Dave and Val Milne and Bob and Olive Milne (Bob and Dave were brothers). Bob and Olive are Lesley Rae's parents. The ritual for the family was that every year a couple of days after Christmas, 3...
Tram car bach, Takamatua. Tramcar body in use as a bach at Takamatua, 1997.
Close-up of 'Happy Holidays' bunting around traffic cones at New Brighton Mall during the Saturday Seaside Market.
Parties, holidays, festivals or just a day at the beach, there are many ways that we can celebrate summer! Which is your favourite?
Leua Iosefa, Penina Iosefa and Jan-Hai Iosefa on their family trip to Queenstown via the West Coast.
View of caravans and tents at Ashley Gorge camping ground.
Stewart, Linda, Joe Yellowlees of Kaiapoi, sunbathing outside their caravan at Woodend Beach.
View across caravans and tents at the camping ground at Kairaki.
Large crowds of people on the beach and in the sea at Corsair bay during the Christmas and New Year holidays.
Mr Stratton, Mrs Stratton with Barry and Denyse (and budgie, Tinker) at Selwyn Motor Camp, Timaru.
An unidentified young girl at the annual Labour Day picnic at Linwood Park, standing beside a carnival ride.
View of children playing on trampolines at a caravan park.
A boy with an inflatable inner tube at Coes Ford camping area.
Wayne and Daphne Todd having bacon and eggs for breakfast with Robert Todd and Angela Darly at Spencer Park motor camp.
Family camping at Hanmer River, Christmas/New Year 1958. Annual event with often three generations present.
Winning entry for a collection in the 2015 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt .
A holiday to Hanmer Springs with our grandmother and her friend.
Our annual family camp site at Leithfield Beach where we stayed 6 weeks. The Rugby car with rug covering the tyre for sun protection and our new caravan of which we were very proud. Note how we always...