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             Enjoy a 2 hour Guided  Tour (2016)

It has been more than five years since Christchurch's most devastating earthquake on 22nd February 2011. 

We have been in operation for ten years and pleased to offer 3 options of tours of our city, all @ $109 per person (NZD)                

*Full Training & Helmets & Commentary Provided*   


          Where does the Tour go Post                                                             Earthquakes?

              THE REBUILD ZONE TOUR 

                               Tour of the Central Business District

 Where a previously unknown seismic fault released its energy in Feb 2011 right under our city centre.                                                                          

 The "Cardboard Cathedral"

                  This tour highlights the ongoing                    deconstruction/rebuilding/reopening process. 


             The "Ballerina" - Isaac Theatre Royal             


  The Big Lounge Suite - Gloucester Street

 Cathedral Square - during "Festival of Flowers" 
We visit Cathedral Square, the Restart Mall, New Regent St, The "Cardboard Cathedral" also the memorial sites of the CTV building and the symbolic 185 chairs memorial Art Installation. 

You will hear about the Blueprint for our city Central Business District and about plans for Anchor projects such as a new Rugby Stadium and Convention Centre.

The commentary includes explanation of the 12,000 (plus) earthquake events that have affected local people and their daily life, and the loss of heritage buildings of Christchurch.

                                             Restart Mall                                               


                 THE COMBO TOUR   

A short visit to the CBD and then we head to Mona Vale and Hagley Park. Hear about last century's history & the early wealthy owners of Mona Vale.

We look at the earthquake damaged Homestead and visit the Rose Garden, & Fernery.                    

Mona Vale & Hagley Park




Riccarton House and the Deans' Family played an important part in the early beginnings of European Settlement in Christchurch. We arrive at Riccarton House and park the Segways beneath a Tasmanian Bluegum tree that Jane Deans planted in 1857. 

We venture into the original tiny family cottage that housed 12 people and read of the early history of the family and their community.

We head back through Mona Vale and Hagley Park.

Riccarton House & Grounds



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        **Cancellation Policy - Cancellations within 72 hours incur a 100% administration fee.

 Conditions for all Tours - Maximum of 4 per Tour, minimum of 2. Unsuitable if you are pregnant. Reasonable level of fitness and mobility is required.
Children under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult. Minimum age 10 years. Bookings that are a "No show" incur a 100% administration fee.
                                                                         Our Tours go ahead in most weather conditions.