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Waipara Wine Trail Afternoon Tour from Christchurch
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Waipara Wine Trail Afternoon Tour from Christchurch

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This Waipara wine region tour takes you to visit four wineries, with tastings, in a half-day trip from Christchurch. Enjoy samples of local reds and whites without worry of designating a driver as transportation is included. Listen to a guide's commentary about the local terroir to learn about the region as you travel. Upgrade to include a lunch with wine pairings.
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Naina-Damani wrote a review Dec 2020
London, United Kingdom896 contributions228 helpful votes
Cathedral Square is located in the heart of Christchurch and it is the geographical centre which is clean. Christchurch Cathedral is located in the Square.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jaroslav Nečas wrote a review Nov 2020
Brno, Czech Republic917 contributions91 helpful votes
Central square dominated by forsaken damaged cathedral waiting to be repaired after recent earthquakes. Square is on the way of Christchurch trams, there is one of stops.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Guitarman4 wrote a review Jun 2020
Essex, United Kingdom190 contributions86 helpful votes
We stopped here twice on our coach tour. The 1st time we stayed on the Cathedral Square. It was so sad to see the cathedral in the state it is now in since the devastating earthquake there. Thank goodness it is going to be restored and not pulled down. From the square one it’s possible to catch a tram on the Christchurch Tramway. I didn’t feel the need for this as the town itself is quite small and the tram is still not able to complete a full journey due to ongoing work. Across the square is the library. From the square it’s a short walk to the river and the memorial wall. This area has all been rebuilt and is modern and has a lot of restaurants and bars. The shops are just off the main walkway. Do not miss the cardboard cathedral which is about a 15 minute walk away. It was closed when we got there but looks amazing.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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klew97 wrote a review May 2020
San Rafael, California89 contributions40 helpful votes
When I visited, it had been over 8.5 years since the 2011 earthquake, and it didn't look like much had changed, only clearance and support to reduce further risk. I understand it takes planning and patience (I'm from California, we understand earthquakes). Now it almost works better as a memorial structure than to fully repair or renovate it back to working status.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Kathy wrote a review Apr 2020
573 contributions29 helpful votes
When we were planning our trip to New Zealand, we thought about skipping Christchurch because of the earthquake damage. I'm so glad we changed our minds. The city is beautiful and has made remarkable progress. Granted, it is sad to see their impressive cathedral in ruins, but it is heartening to know that the pre-construction planning and design are underway. When we visited the Square, it was alive with tourists, food stalls, and entertainment and the promise of tomorrow.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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