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Contents Dux Central ......... Inside Front Cover Dux Dine ................................... 1 Contents ................................... 2 The Merino Story ..................... 3 Showcase Canterbury .............. 4 Christchurch ............................ 6 JDV ........................................... 6 Town Tonic ............................... 7 Passengers & Co ...................... 7 Keo Thai ................................... 8 Alvarado’s ................................. 9 The Pedal Pusher ................... 10 Therapy................................... 10 Joe’s Garage ........................... 11 The Rose & Thistle................. 12 Harewood Tavern ................... 12 Hornby Working Men’s Club.... 13 Yamagen ................................. 14 Star Liquor Centre ................. 14 Christchurch Casino .............. 15 Avonhead Shopping Centre ... 16 Park Avenue Fashions ........... 17 Do. Hairstyling ....................... 18 NG Boutique ........................... 18 Sergios .................................... 19 Electric Turtle Design............ 20 Showcase Magazines.............. 20 Cariche.................................... 21 Lincoln Motel.......................... 21 Blue Pearl Gallery ................. 22 Clearwater Golf Club ............. 24 Sally Mac’s .............................. 26 Visit Waimakariri .................. 27 Pegasus Golf & Sports Club .. 28 Alpine Springs Helicopters .... 30

Amuri Jet............................. 31 Showcase Canterbury ......... 32

V8 Superdrive ..................... 34 Giant Oil .............................. 36 Fielden Metalworks ............ 38 Experience Mid Canterbury .. 39 Ashburton Arts and Culture 40 Ashburton Museum ............ 41 Ashburton Gallery .............. 41 Ashburton Parks and Open Spaces .............. 42 Terrace Downs .................... 44 Rangitata Rafts ................... 46 Skydiving Kiwis .................. 47 Geraldine ............................. 48 The Tin Shed ....................... 49 Cafe Mes Amis .................... 49 McAtamney Gallery and Design Store .............. 50 Natural Log Homes ............. 52 South Canterbury ............... 54 Timaru Church Services ..... 54 CBAY ................................... 55 Aigantighe Art Gallery ....... 56 South Canterbury Museum.. 57 Lake Tekapo ....................... 58 Lake Tekapo Holiday Homes . 58 Reflections Cafe ................... 58 Tekapo Springs ................... 59 Roundhill Ski Area.............. 60 Air Safaris ........................... 61 Earth & Sky ........................ 62 Waimate .............................. 63 EnkleDooVery ..................... 63 Dart New Zealand Ltd ........ 64 Metabo Powertools .................. .......................... Inside Back Cover Dart New Zealand Ltd .............. .................................... Back cover

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Story • New Zealand made Merino • Fashion clothing • Fashion Merino styles • New Zealand made Possum Merino

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Our stores are all unique to their region. Our prices colours and styles are exciting. Come on in and meet our friendly helpful staƤ.

Waimate Knitwear 25 Studholme Street Waimate 03 689 7973

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The Merino Story South Island Locations 19 Peters Street Main Road Hinds 03 303 7621

Shop 1, 300 Hilton Highway, Washdyke, Timaru 03 688 7329

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Christchurch - The Southern Gate The Southern Gate is a portal through which all travellers must pass. The city of Christchurch is situated on the eastern edge of the fertile Canterbury Plains, stretching towards the towering majesty of the Southern Alps and sitting between the stirring expanse of the Pacific Ocean. Christchurch has continued to grow with the business of regeneration and neo think tanks. For investors, corporate travellers and tourists the motels and hotels are back in full swing. As a tourist destination Canterbury harbours a wealth of activities for visitors; ranging from fine dining to high end boutique shopping, adventure tourism, sports and leisure parks and gardens, championship golf courses, motorsport racing, bike tracks, beaches and coastal walkways. Once you pass through the Southern Gateway your options for adventure are endless. Akaroa is a spectacular drive east to the Banks Peninsula. Heading north-west will take you through to Waimakariri, Amberley and Hanmer Springs. South-west takes you across the plains to Geraldine, into the McKenzie Country and Lake Tekapo. Direct south leads you through Ashburton and Timaru - the City by the Sea, or further south visit Waimate and discover the true magic of the Canterbury region


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Keothai www.keothai.co.nz sa was dee Krub Welcome My name is Keo and I was born in Yasotorn in North Eastern Thailand, a region famous for its authentic Esaan Thai Cuisine and its annual Rocket Festival. Before coming to New Zealand I worked as a chef in Bangkok. I love cooking and being a chef is something I feel I was born to do. I came to Christchurch in 1986 to help my sister establish New Zealand’s first authentic Thai Restaurant. Now at Keo Thai I hope you enjoy the food my team and I prepare for you - I promise we will not disappoint you. Keo Thai Restaurant and Courtyard Bar is a genuine experience of Thai Cuisine. Keo and his team of chefs prepare traditional and contemporary dishes from the freshest seasonal produce.

The spacious restaurant with a sheltered, heated garden area is a safe haven and pleasantly unscathed. Combined with friendly and welcoming staff this ensures you’ll have an enjoyable dining experience. Traditionally selected main courses with choices of Meat, Poultry, Seafood or Vegetarian are spiced to your desire. Our four top chefs are experienced with over 25 years of cooking in Christchurch. The Keo Thai team enjoy designing set menus for functions in our private dining rooms. Bookings essential. Keo Thai has an amazing and affordable wine list, a full range of beers, also bottled authentic Thai beers and selected local craft beer. Car parking is available at the rear of the premises either Bealey Avenue or off Derby Street.

OPEN 5PM TIL TIL LATE LATE OPEN 77 DAYS DAYS:- 5PM LUNCHwww.keothai.co.nz Wed-Sun: 12PM - 3PM PHONE 03 355 6229 Gai Hem Ma Parn - Crispy chicken in rich sweet sauce with pineapple and cashew nuts and a touch of spice.


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Alvarado’s www.alvarados.co.nz www.alvarados.co.nz For a taste of authentic Mexican cuisine, cooked by chefs from Mexico, you can’t get any better than Alvarado’s Mexican Cantina. After the much-loved Christchurch central city restaurant was closed following the September 2010 earthquake, Alvarado’s has reopened in a new location at 77 Stevens Street (corner Stevens Street and Wilsons Road, Waltham, Christchurch). In an environment reminiscent of a real Mexican cantina, the new Alvarado’s restaurant and bar serves up all your favourite authentic Mexican cuisine, from Baja Fish Tacos, Burritos and Tacos to Churros and of course, Tequila! Perfect for groups, Alvarado’s Mexican Cantina is a great place to catch up with friends and family over a meal and drinks. Children are welcome and there are set menu options available for groups of ten or more. If you’re planning a special function, $OYDUDGR·VFDQFDWHUWR\RXUVSHFLÀFUHTXLUHPHQWV Alvarado’s is open all day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and there’s outdoor seating for soaking up the Christchurch sunshine. Call now to book your table and experience true Mexican cuisine in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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The Pedal Pusher is a funky Gastro Pub in the heart of Addington. With great menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner – there is no better place to pull up your bike! We have weekly rituals and 4 big screens for those sport fans out there! Whether you’re looking for a place to catch up with your mates after work, a quick coffee break during work or a Sunday lunch with the family – we’re the place to go! We pride ourselves on our service and have a real local feel. So get on your bike, come on in and let us treat you to a fine beverage, tasty fare and the friendliest welcome in town.

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Avonhead Shopping Centre www.avonhead.co.nz Avonhead Shopping Centre boasts 17 specialty stores and a Countdown and offers plenty of free parking with friendly, local service. Countdown can supply you with all your grocery essentials and also offers the convenience of a Lotto kiosk. Andrea’s Florist caters for all occasions with gorgeous seasonal flowers and a range of outstanding gifts. Stay healthy with a trip to Health 2000 and pick up your prescriptions at Avonhead Pharmacy, as well as browse their extensive range of cosmetics and giftware.

Piccadilly Books is the perfect place for avid readers, covering all your stationary needs and with the added bonus of NZ Post and Kiwibank services. Stuck for gift ideas? Token specialises in lush gifts with a difference.

Avonhead also has an exciting variety of food offerings including Avonhead Bakery, Siena CafÊ, Subway and Sushi Time. Merrin Street Brewery Bar has an extensive and delicious food and beverage menu and it’s a great place to catch up with friends.

Call in today for your one stop shop! Visit Avonhead.co.nz for more information.

ANZ, on the outside of the Centre can see to all your banking needs and next door, Harvey World Travel can send you jet setting around the globe.

Bond Street Fashions offers fabulous new season women’s clothing, whilst Green Stripes specialises in making hats and fascinators and carries a large range of merino clothing. A new wardrobe is complemented by a trendy new ‘do’ so look no further than Bobsidi or Mister Snipps.




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Situated in the heart of the beautiful rural township of Lincoln is the newly completed Lincoln Motel (opened March 2012). It has been designed to the highest standard, offering luxury, comfort and excellent service, with 21 units available. Owners and hosts Craig and Colleen Beswick, offer a variety of room sizes to cater for all needs. From two bedroom units with plenty of living space, through to studio units with all the modern conveniences and access units. Lincoln Motel is within walking distance of

restaurants, bars, shops, walkways; convenient to Lincoln University, Crown Research Centres and the Lincoln Events Centre. If you are planning a wedding, Lincoln Motel is of close proximity to local wedding venues in the Prebbleton and Tai Tapu areas. We cater for cyclists wanting to do the Little River Rail Trail and are within one hours drive of the French colonial town of Akaroa. Lincoln Motel is just 15 minutes drive south of Christchurch and 20 minutes from Christchurch International Airport.

Lincoln Motel 4 - 6 Maurice Street, Lincoln Reservations. 0800 001 689 p. 03 974 1620

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It was always the dream of John Darby and Sir Bob Charles to create a course that would test some of the world’s top players and in an incredibly short period of time Clearwater has achieved this aim. The layout meanders around a succession of spring-fed lakes and trout-filled streams, with uninterrupted views of the spectacular Southern Alps. Your experience at Clearwater includes access to the stylish Member Lounge which provides the perfect place to relax before and after your round. It offers excellent views of the final fairway and the 18th green. The Lounge aims to be a real home away from home for members, visitors and international travellers. Free Wi-Fi is available, allowing visitors to instantly connect with friends around the world and relay their Clearwater experience.

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Amberley On the road to

Sally Mac’s Sally MacDonald, owner of Sally Mac’s women’s wear store in Amberley, often says she sells not only women’s clothing, but also fashion!

This well-stocked store carries far more choice than you might expect – a comprehensive range of smart, casual and classic fashion, for any and every occasion.

For many women, the well-known store on the main road in Amberley is a welcome blend of practical ‘fashion that works’, with down-to-earth, honest advice from Sally and her staff, and a riot of colour.

The team at Sally Mac’s are passionate about jeans that fit real women. “Jeans that fit are a ‘must-have’ in your wardrobe all year round,” says Sally. The great new jeans from Toorallie Australia have the bonus of 17% merino wool added to the stretch cotton, making them fantastic for warmth and comfort in winter, without being too hot in summer.

While Sally Mac’s has always stocked colour, current trends are awash with it – plains, prints, stripes, textures. So, whether it’s sharp citrus, cool blue, or hot pink you love, Sally Mac’s, in the heart of Amberley, is the store for you. In winter, a superb selection of New Zealand-made merino, in various weights suitable for our variable weather, and for the warmer months, plenty of comfortable options for the heat!

As well as the merino-denim Toorallie jeans, Sally Mac’s also stock Tre Bliss, NYDJ, Alibi, and Staggers, sizes 8 to 20, in a variety of colours and styles. “We are happy to spend time with you, making sure that your bum looks great in your jeans!” says Sally. Sally Mac’s – open 5½ days, selling the kind of clothes most women wear, most of the time.





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Visit Waimakariri www.visitwaimakariri.co.nz Pegasus Town

Waimakariri District represents the best of both worlds; only 15 minutes’ drive north of Christchurch, with miles of unspoiled landscape punctuated by thriving town centres. Nestled to the north of the Waimakariri River, the district boasts sandy beaches as far as the eye can see and is a gateway to the viticultural haven of the Waipara Valley vineyards.

Speedway, catch a salmon, try whitebaiting a southern delicacy, take a horse trek in the foothills or visit a working farm.

The districts town centres nestled in the heart of Rangiora, Kaiapoi, Oxford and Woodend/Pegasus have personality plus with cultural HUKYLJYLH[PVUHSVќLYPUNZPUJS\KPUN boutique shopping, unique cafes and breath-taking art galleries.

Quite Simply Waimakariri has it all – and then some.

-HYTLYZHUKJYHM[THYRL[ZVќLYPUN innovative gifts, trinkets and the freshest local produce are held every week with the world famous Ohoka Market on a Friday along with very popular markets in Oxford, Kaiapoi and monthly in Rangiora.



With a district full of trail adventures thanks to Mt Thomas, Ashley Gorge, Tutaepatu, Oxford Forest and Kaiapoi 0ZSHUK`V\^PSSÄUKTHU`^HSRPUNHUK biking trails to suit all levels. But if you are after beach fun, look no further, the coastal beaches of Woodend, Pegasus and Waikuku are family magnets all year round. The lake at Pegasus is also a great playground for sailing, kayaking and paddle boarding or you can enjoy a round of golf at the international Golf Course in the Pegasus Township. The Waimakariri is a mecca for events with over 650 to choose from throughout the year. If you are still looking for something to do, check out the action at the Woodford Glen


Pick up a copy of the North Canterbury Food & Wine Trail guide and map from the Hanmer Springs or Kaiapoi i-SITE Visitor Information Centres, or visit the website.



Key Events ࠮ APRIL: Oxford A&P Show. ࠮ MAY: Sefton Tug of War & Bridge to Bridge Rowing Race. ࠮ JUNE: Canterbury Rally & The Strawberry Moon Festival. ࠮ JULY: Kaiapoi Art Expo, Kidsfest & Toddlers Big Day In. ࠮ AUGUST: Great Oxford Garage Sale & Cust Gravel Sprint. ࠮ SEPTEMBER: Rangiora Art Society Exhibition & North Loburn Half Marathon. ࠮ OCTOBER: Pegasus Fun Run Walk, Soroptomist Craft Fair, Northern A&P Show & Spring in to Oxford. ࠮ NOVEMBER: Oxford Country Fete, Woodford Glen Fireworks Night, HOT Triathlon Festival & Fernside Garden Tour & Fete. ࠮ DECEMBER: Mandeville Craft Festival, Santa’s Grotto, Santa’s Carnivals & Sefton Harvest Market. ࠮ JANUARY: Canterbury Rodeo, Muscle Car Madness & Toddlers Big Day Out. ࠮ FEBRUARY: WAI Art Exhibition. ࠮ MARCH: Swannanoa Country Fair & Kaiapoi / Rangiora Fun Run Walk.

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Renowned as one of the best golf courses in New Zealand, its careful design includes impeccable fairways, manicured greens, stunning water features, maturing trees, natural wetlands and views of the mountain ranges from every shot. The course has been designed to create a fantastic experience for every level of golfer. Four sets of tees at each hole provide golfers of every level an excellent challenge and game to remember. Play 9 holes in 2¼ hours or 18 holes in 4½ hours. Electric carts are optional. All of our facilities are open to visitors and members. Everyone is welcome.


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Location Pegasus Golf & Sports Club is located within the town of Pegasus, on the edge of Pegasus Bay and just 25 kilometers north of Christchurch. Occupying an area of 80 hectares and forming a landmark entranceway to the town of Pegasus, Pegasus Golf & Sports Club is an 18-hole championship golf course located three minutes’ drive from the beach and within walking distance of the centre of Pegasus.

Beautiful parklands-style par 72 – 18 hole championship golf course only a short drive north of Christchurch

About the course The par 72 Pegasus golf course provides four sets of tees at each hole to offer challenge, enjoyment and a memorable playing experience for all levels of golfers. The course plays approximately 6300m from the championship tees to 5000m from the forward tees. Holes are varied in length and direction, and the playing options will require an array of shots. Generous fairways encourage unconstrained and swift play. The course presents bunkers, lakes, and areas of natural wetland at varying distances from the tee. Alternate lines of play and greens of varying size and undulation provides opportunities to consider strategy as well as test skill and accuracy – with receptive contouring fairways and

greens rewarding successfully placed shots. This is a true risk/reward course!

The driving range A highlight of the facilities available at Pegasus Golf & Sports Club, the driving range includes covered driving bays with an artificial grass surface and state of the art ball tee-up equipment, as well as a generous grassed teeing area. Clubs are available for hire.

Additional amenities Pegasus Golf & Sports Club also features a range of other excellent facilities including three practice greens, chipping area, retail and pro shop, tennis courts, and a well-equipped gymnasium.

Equipment for hire We have a range of quality equipment available for hire,

including: • 50 electric carts, some with GPS • Premium Titleist and standard golf clubs • Golf shoes • Tennis racquets

Access to golf professionals To complement the excellent practice facilities a range of tailored coaching options are available with our PGA Professional, Aiden Berry.

The Bunker Café & Bar The perfect place to relax for an after-match drink, catch up with friends or simply enjoy the casual dining atmosphere with contemporary New Zealand cuisine, a fine range of wines and selection of local and imported beers.

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Bigger than the Rest Giant Oil has a very wide range of products customised for the New Zealand market. Giant Oil is supplied to a large number of market segments including transport, industrial, forestry, marine, construction and aggregate. The Giant product family includes engine oils, transmission fluids, automotive gear lubricants, greases and a wide variety of other speciality products. Our products meet or exceed the specifications set by Original Equipment Manufacturers(OEM) and other international bodies. Its not about just having the right products, Giant oil prides itself on using the latest technology. Base oils are made using the hydrocracking process. Hydrogen is blasted into the molecules to totally eliminate any impurities. The finished base oil is so pure it is water clear. This provides the building block for a superior finished lubricant, resulting in a supreme product that can be used for an extended service life. Giant Oil sets a high standard for lubrication products within the current market and will continue to meet or exceed market demands. Available from Dart New Zealand Ltd.

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Experience Mid Canterbury www.midcanterburynz.com

Welcome to Mid Canterbury - there is nowhere in the world where you can experience so much, so close and so easily, offering an array of activities ranging from the energetic and exhilarating to the relaxing and peaceful - the starting point for your holiday in a district with scenery so magnificent it will take your breath away. Set in the Middle of the South Island between the Rangitata and Rakaia rivers, and stretching from the Alps to the sea with the snow-capped Mt Hutt as its backdrop, mountains and glacial lakes. Mid Canterbury gives you a slice of everything New Zealand has to offer….. The choice is yours here; all while experiencing traditional rural hospitality. Within an hours drive from the Christchurch International Airport, you can be skiing or snowboarding, enjoying a hike or mountain biking, horse trekking through the countryside, Jet-boating, white-water rafting, skydiving, enjoying a country golf course, visiting gardens of blazing blooms, uncovering relics of aviation and transport history, or simply treating yourself to a relaxing massage. A great way to view Mid Canterbury’s amazing scenery and get a bird’s eye view of the patchwork landscape of this rich agricultural region is by air. Choose between a helicopter, plane or hot air balloon. Journey into the high country wilderness on a 4WD adventure and witness the unspoilt beauty that was captured in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy. A cluster of high country lakes lures avid fly fishers. Lake Hood offers an endless summer environment of swimming, boating, and enjoying the incredible reserve. Whether your idea of evening and weekend relaxation is yachting, water-skiing, jet skiing, kayaking, fishing, swimming or simply enjoying a picnic beside the crystal clear lake. There are plenty of off the water opportunities as well, with extensive picnic areas, recreational reserves, and trails for mountain biking and horse trekking. There’s also the popular Lake House restaurant, one of Canterbury’s best-kept secrets, offering dining either indoors or outdoors near the shores of the lake. Whatever your budget, Mid Canterbury has a wide range of accommodation. Visitors can choose from friendly backpacker hostels and lodges, motel, hotel or tranquil B&B’s or farmstays, all provided with traditional rural hospitality.

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Ashburton Arts and Culture The new Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre is a must-see stopover for museum and arts lovers. Combining art gallery, museum and family history research, it’s the leading culture and heritage destination for the Mid-Canterbury region. The Centre offers an ever-changing programme of exhibitions, events and activities. There’s always plenty to see and do. Upstairs, the gallery presents artwork from renowned national and local artists with three exhibition spaces including a specialist sound and light gallery utilised for innovative and new media exhibitions. The programme is dynamic and varied with an emphasis on education and interactive activities that appeal to all ages. Stop in to discover art in Ashburton and experience the world through an artist’s eyes, or be inspired to explore your own creativity. The museum is host to object-rich exhibitions drawn from the nationally significant collection. These trace the history of the region from nature, to taonga, to today. The story of New Zealand’s diverse


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cultural heritage is woven throughout. Interactive modules provide an engaging way to discover the history, heritage and natural features of the region. Opportunities to explore history through creative activities and making are always available. Family history and archival researchers are also well catered for. Research holdings include school and district records dating back to the nineteenth century. Research assistance is available through the archivist and family history librarians. Perhaps you’ll discover a new member of your family? Look out for the distinctive building, on State Highway 1, opposite the Ashburton city centre. It’s an easy venue to access, well-located on the main route for travellers or visitors to the Ashburton district. The Ashburton Art Gallery and Heritage Centre is open daily.

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PARKS and open spaces The Ashburton District is fortunate in having many parks and open green spaces. These vary from neighbourhood parks to the attractive Awa Awa Rata Reserve native bush area at the foot of Mt Hutt which is very colourful when the rhododendrons are in flower, to the Ashburton Domain, the most iconic urban park in the District.

In 2014 The Ashburton Domain celebrated its 150th year, with many events taking place in the Domain and around Ashburton. One significant event was a carving symposium at which numerous sculptures were carved and some remain in the Domain. Set amongst 37 hectares of which 16 hectares are colourful gardens. It is reported to have some of the finest tree specimens to be seen anywhere. Recognised for the variety of shrubs and trees including deciduous azaleas, rhododendrons, lilacs, roses, maples, magnolias and conifers. These collections are nestled in manicured lawns and surrounded by mature trees. The Domain also has a comprehensive playground, a paddling pool, barbeque areas and plenty of picnic spots alongside 21 hectares of recreational sports grounds for the active. Just off State Highway 1 south of Ashburton known as the “Hidden Treasure of Ashburton District” is an area of 125 hectares of parkland called the Tinwald Domain. This is a must see with a variety of activities and serene surroundings. The Tinwald Domain, has camping facilities, the Plains Railway and Historical Village, the Ashburton Vintage Car Club and Motor Museum, golf course and a newly refurbished swimming pool. Many couples have their wedding ceremonies and photos taken in both of these Domains amongst the colourful surroundings in particular during the spring and autumn months.


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Make your escape one you’ll never forget at Canterbury’s ultimate getaway destination - Only one hour from Christchurch airport -



Our luxury villas and spacious chalets provide exclusive accommodation for your stay. Your private apartment or architecturally designed house provides expansive views of the resort, as well as amazing sunrises and sunsets over the High Country’s beautiful mountains.

One of the most incredible golf courses in New Zealand, the par-72 Terrace Downs Golf Course is 6,406m. The breathtaking views of the Rakaia River and Mt Hutt make for a spectacular round of golf you’ll never forget. The course is open seven days a week.

DINING A relaxing dining oasis overlooking gorgeous mountain scenery, our menus draw their inspiration from the surrounding environment. Hunter’s Restaurant features fine New Zealand cuisine, while The Café is the perfect spot to relax with a great coffee or enjoy a ‘destination dining’ lunch experience. SUNDAY BUFFET- Enjoy a delicious menu of classic and international flavours, accompanied by live music. Every Sunday 12:30pm - bookings essential.


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The Spa at Terrace Downs is perfect for treating yourself or relaxing with a friend. We offer a full range of luxurious body treatments including manicures, pedicures, relaxation, hot stone and deep tissue massages. Try our two and a half hour Alpine Pamper Package and you are sure to come away feeling relaxed and at peace.

Hang on tight as your driver skilfully weaves through the intricate braided river, skimming along stony banks and through opalescent blue waters. This is the most exciting way to experience the Rakaia River, journeying through the gorge with towering coal and limestone cliffs.

WEDDINGS HORSE RIDING Let our calm, friendly horses take you on a ride to remember, through beautiful Canterbury farmland. Surrounded by forested stands and with incredible views of the Rakaia Gorge and surrounding countryside, there’s no other horse trek like it.

SKIING Featuring the largest skiable area in Canterbury, Mt Hutt caters for all levels of skiers. At only a 25-minute drive to the access road, Terrace Downs is the ideal location to base your ski break this winter, or take your skiing to the next level with heli-ski trips departing right on our doorstep, making the mountain only five minutes away.

CLAY SHOOTING AND ARCHERY Take aim and test your skills with these exhilarating and dynamic sports. Our captivating views will inspire your imagination while taking aim at your target. Fun and entertaining for individuals and families, we can cater for most ages and abilities. Our skilled instructor and perfect backdrop will ensure the best possible experience.

Terrace Downs offers a variety of different options and with breath-taking vistas, it makes for the perfect setting for your special day, whether an intimate wedding or lavish affair.

CONFERENCES Offering a unique setting to host a company function, whatever the occasion might be, Terrace Downs can cater for different size groups, the events team will be able to help with any requests.

OTHER ACTIVITIES/FACILITIES No matter what length of trip you are planning, being on vacation doesn’t mean letting your fitness suffer! With a gym on site, tennis courts, mountain bikes for hire, picturesque walking tracks and a large rugby and soccer field Terrace Downs activities options will be sure to provide something for everyone in the family, full list can be found on our website.

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Geraldine The pretty country town of Geraldine lies on the scenic inland route (SH72) and is located 130 km south of Christchurch International Airport.

Geraldine’s beautiful gardens and gracious exotic trees are a delightful setting for the many festivals held across the seasons which celebrate the town’s, diversity, lovely gardens and thriving arts scene. The town boasts two excellent museums – one historical and the other a Vintage Car and Machinery Museum, which has a fascinating collection of vintage vehicles dating back to 1905. To see some majestic specimens of ancient podocarp forest, visit the Talbot Forest Scenic Reserve, just a 5 minute walk from the town centre or stroll along the colourful rhododendron walk alongside the Waihi River, an oasis in the centre of town. Peel Forest Park, 19km north of Geraldine, is great for nature and adventure lovers, with walking tracks, whitewater rafting, waterfalls, horse trekking, native birdlife and native trees.


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The rivers and streams around Geraldine have graced it with many beauty spots and there are superb views of the mountains from the rolling hill country of the Geraldine Downs. Outdoor enthusiasts are spoilt for choice with walking and cycling trails and geo caching locations around the district. The town hosts a variety of multi-sport events for all abilities each autumn and in winter Geraldine is an ideal base for skiers heading to the Mount Dobson, Tekapo and Fox Peak ski areas.

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The town makes an excellent first or last night stopover for international arrivals seeking to explore the South Island and it is the gateway to the Starlight Highway leading to the UNESCO International Dark Skies Reserve at Tekapo and onwards to Mount Cook and the Southern Lakes.

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extraordinary Unlike other New Zealand fashion retailers, The Tin Shed is also a farm (complete with animals and native gardens). Located in beautiful rural South Canterbury, our extensive range of quality NZ-made merino (including the popular Bay Road Merinos) and merino-possum knitwear is second to none – as is our selection of sheepskin products, rugs, slippers, hats and boots, possum fur items, wool blankets, duvets, mohair and alpaca throws. Meet our friendly staff in person or shop with us online. Find us just 1 Km off Highway 1 at Rangitata on Highway 79. Open 7 days 9am to 5pm. Freephone 0508 504 006


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NATURAL LOG HOMES HAND CRAFTED IN NEW ZEALAND Graeme D. Mould, Manager, Natural Log Homes Ltd has built log projects large and small, simple or complex, in both commercial and residential sectors, including the massive Fiordland Lodge in Te Anau and he continues to build all over New Zealand, also exporting to the USA, Japan and Australia. Custom-made Log Homes are built from natural logs, fully scribe-fitted to each other. The log home shells are handmade, the notches and grooves are scribed and cut by craftsmen, not by machines. Selected using only large 350mm average diameter naturally shaped logs, sourced from sustainable plantations in clean, green, New Zealand with the option of FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) Certified sustainable trees, it is the most environmentally eco-friendly sensitive log home you can buy. The designs vary in size and complexity, upholding the highest standards of quality and artistic craftsmanship that homeowners can expect. More recently Natural Log Homes have been offering Log Accent, for conventional homes. Graeme and his log building crew, now can add feature and stunning beauty to

Passionate about building, natural log homes create tiny log cabins to large luxury lodges, with no two ever the same

all conventional homes.

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By the 1920s Caroline Bay had a wide reputation as an attractive summer holiday destination. The expanding beach area and facilities attracted growing numbers of tourists. By the late 1930s, other facilities such as tearooms, a hall, saltwater baths and a modern sound shell were in place. Summer carnivals were held and got into full swing in the 1950s as an annual event running over a number of days. Throughout the Twentieth Century the sea’s action continued to deposit sand on the beach. By the 1990s, about a century after the beach began to form, the sea was several hundred metres east of it’s original level. The sea’s gift continues to grow. A large area of land has been reclaimed and turned into a range of recreational areas. Image courtesy of the South Canterbury Museum

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Email: st.marys.timaru@xtra.co.nz St Philip & All Saints 124 Luxmoore Road Sunday 9.30am Holy Communion Ph: 03 688 6341 www.stphilipallsaints.org.nz

CBAY www.cbaytimaru.co.nz Visit CBay, a modern aquatic fitness and leisure centre operated by council, located near Caroline Bay in Timaru. Welcome to Timaru, if you’re looking to supplement your daily fitness regime, clock up km’s in the pool or take time to relax after a hard day in the office with a sauna and spa, CBay is the place to go. A modern fitness and leisure centre, with three indoor heated pools, a 50m outdoor heated pool (open November to March), two hydroslides, a children’s water play area, rapid river, bombing tower and chillax area (16yrs+) with steam, sauna and spa facilities. Whether it’s fun or fitness, at CBay there’s something for everyone all year round. Head upstairs to find CBay Fitness; you’ll be greeted by a

team of qualified, friendly gym staff to help with your fitness requirements. The gym is fully equipped with Cybex strength and cardio equipment set out in a roomy, clean and air-conditioned environment. Two fitness studios offer Les Mills Group Fitness classes and the Les Mills GRIT training series.

Cycle enthusiasts can enjoy Les Mills RPM classes. Post workout, try a barista coffee and a delicious fresh salad from Graze café. The facilities at CBay provide for the elite to recreational swim or gym enthusiast, people with special needs or disabilities and will give hours of fun and enjoyment for the whole family.

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Aigantighe Art Gallery www.timaru.govt.nz/art-gallery Aigantighe Art Gallery is the home of art in South Canterbury, situated near the heart of Timaru township. Artworks from the permanent collection are on continually revolving display, with highlights including works by national favourites Charles Goldie, Frances Hodgkins, and Colin McCahon. The engaging temporary exhibition programme highlights the work of contemporary local artists while also featuring major touring shows of artwork from around New Zealand and overseas.

The grand Edwardian homestead was built in 1908 by a Scottish couple, Helen and Alexander Grant, who generously donated it to the people of Timaru in 1956 for use as a public art gallery. Since then, modern extensions have been added to accommodate large scale exhibitions and an ever-expanding permanent collection.


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The Grants named the original building Aigantighe, which is Scottish Gaelic for ‘at home’ and is pronounced ‘egg-an-tie’. The gallery is set amongst picturesque grounds featuring a diverse range of sculptures, along with benches and a picnic table to rest and enjoy the view. These grounds are always open to the public. The gallery is open: Tuesday to Friday, 10am – 4pm, Weekends, 12 – 4pm and closed on Mondays. Entry to all exhibitions is free.

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The South Canterbury Museum is a great place to explore and discover the heritage of our region.


Visitors of all ages will find something fascinating in the Museum’s family-friendly gallery spaces. Our natural history displays tell the stories of our amazing landscapes, creatures from long ago and the life that cloaks our land today. Find out more about our region’s unique Maori heritage in the Takata Whenua exhibition area and discover how our region was explored and settled in the nineteenth century by settlers from other lands.


The Museum’s exhibitions feature a wide range of specimens, artefacts, images, information panels and audio-visual presentations that provide a view into our past and how our region has been shaped today. A temporary exhibition area provides a changing menu of exhibitions exploring a wide range of subjects drawn from nature, history and culture. The Museum’s Heritage Theatre has a range of short films portraying the stories of local heroes and achievers, such as Richard Pearse, Bob Fitzsimmons, Jack Lovelock and others. Children enjoy exploring in the Museum, with hands-on areas, costumes and quiz sheets to aid discovery. The Museum also provides an important educational resource for schools, and provides handson sessions for school classes of all levels. Family historians and researchers are catered for in the Archives Library, open afternoons Tuesday to Friday and on Sunday, where our staff assist and provide access to rich collections of images, texts, documents and information resources covering local heritage. Visitors can learn more about the Museum by going to www.museum.timaru.govt.nz to see what’s on and explore the online collections and information resources. Keen FaceBookers can “like� the Museum at www.facebook.com/SCMuseum and receive regular updates. Explore our heritage at South Canterbury Museum, on Perth Street, downtown Timaru.


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Lake Tekapo The heart of the Mackenzie Country

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Amazing sunsets against the stunning turquoise lake and Southern Alps set the scene. The pure air, peace and relaxation, combined with optional adventure activities makes Lake Tekapo Village a perfect holiday destination. On the summit of Mt John one can appreciate the iconic and untouched vistas of the Mackenzie Basin, surrounding mountains and the beautiful aqua coloured Lake Tekapo. Recently, the region has been highlighted for the special features it presents after darkness - amazing night skies. The Canterbury University Research Observatory has been situated on the top of Mt John since the mid 1960s. Each clear night astronomers use modern day telescopes to search for planets outside our solar system and tracking near-earth objects.

Experience the splendour and tranquility of Lake Tekapo while relaxing in the comfort of one of our fully self-contained holiday homes.

Earth & Sky Observatory offer an educational experience using powerful telescopes to view distant objects in space, knowledgeable astronomy guides are there to instruct and guide you at both Mt John and Cowan’s Observatory. You can see the beauty and scale of the Mackenzie region from the air. Air Safaris have been flying aircraft in and around the Mount Cook and Westland National Parks since 1970.

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Tekapo Springs - The Ultimate Day Out www.tekaposprings.co.nz Nestled on the base of Mt. John and overlooking Lake Tekapo, Tekapo Springs provides recreation and relaxation all in one destination. Open 364 days a year, Tekapo Springs has something for everyone. Pools + Aqua Play Area With five heated pools and a brand-new kid’s aqua play area, our selection of relaxation has reached new heights. Ranging in temperature from 27-40, our pools offer up the best variety and views in town. Ice Skating Our international-sized rink is a popular option in the winter for hockey, curling, skating and private lessons. We also have skate frames and penguins for those who need a little more help on the ice! Waterslide Standing at 11 metres high, our TRIPPO waterslide is the largest inflatable waterslide in all of New Zealand. Have a go on three different slides, test out your best sliding technique, or watch from below. This waterslide is a huge hit for kids and adults. Snow Tube Park Enjoy zipping down a 150 metre slope on an inflatable tube. Try going solo or with a group of friends. Ride the magic carpet back to the top to do it all over again!

Glacial Day Spa Feel like being pampered? Our highly-qualified therapists are here to help you unwind with several treatments available. Whether you’re looking for a facial, massage or both, they are here to help. Our Glacial Day Spa is located at the top of the pools overlooking the facility with incredible views of Lake Tekapo and the Two Thumb mountain range. Bookings are essential. Tahr Bar & Café Roaring fires in the winter, patio dining in the summer, the Tahr Bar & Café is suitable for any season. With a range of menu items including hot food, coffees and sweet treats, our café caters to a variety of preferences. Wait…there’s more! We offer a free shuttle service to-and-from Tekapo Springs to the Tekapo Village and various points along the way. Call us at 0800 2 353 8283 or check out our shuttle map on our website www.tekaposprings.co.nz

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Roundhill Ski Area www.roundhill.co.nz Roundhill Ski Area is an easy 35 minute drive from the Lake Tekapo Village and offers spectacular views of Aoraki Mount Cook, Lake Tekapo and the Mackenzie basin. Roundhill basks in all day sun so don’t forget your sunscreen and goggles! Roundhill has a fantastic mix of terrain, with one of the best beginner’s slopes in the country as well as lots of super-wide undulating intermediate trails. For experts we have the Heritage Express Rope Tow which accesses the Two Thumb range and has chutes, gullies and a top elevation of 2133m. Roundhill boasts New Zealand’s highest lift accessed vertical with a massive 783 metres!


Open from 2 July – 11 September 2016

We have an awesome team of ski and snowboard instructors who cater to all ability levels, with group lessons available morning and afternoon and private lessons available on request. We have a full range of the latest ski and snowboard equipment available to rent as well as toboggans, helmets and nutcrackers. The ‘Central Park’ terrain park has been designed for beginner to intermediate free-stylers with a range of boxes, rails and jumps. Sit and enjoy some hearty fare at The Two Thumb Café and Bar which has been expanded over the summer with plenty of seating, stunning views and a huge sundeck. The ‘von Brown’ is a quaint wee refreshment hut situated near the top of the T1 T-Bar where you can relax in a deck chair, have a drink, take in the scenery and share a yarn with the locals. We are open for the 2016 season from early July until mid September, please see www.roundhill.co.nz for more information. We look forward to seeing you!


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Australasia’s A t l i ’ largest l t vertical Reliable snow falls Un-crowded, friendly and personal All day sun Easy access road and slopeside parking Just 32km from the Tekapo Township



LAKE TEKAPO One of the Best Stargazing sites on Earth!

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Waimate Located halfway between Christchurch and Dunedin, it is also an alternative route to Queenstown. Waimate is described as a perfect rural town with wide streets, Edwardian buildings, beautiful parks and gardens. Behind the town is a unique tribute to the role played by the Clydesdale horse in the development of Waimate. The White Horse monument stands majestically on the Hunters Hills, can be viewed for miles, accessed via the Waimate walkway or by car. An ideal base for exploring the region; the area abounds with the best of rural life offering outdoor recreational pursuits including mountain biking, bush walking to fishing for salmon in the mighty Waitaki River. Waimate is famous for its strawberries. Call into any of the strawberry fields where growers will happily sell you a punnet of the finest berries, delight in a real berry fruit ice cream or pick your own straight from the field, you can’t get much fresher than that! Waimate knows how to throw a good party; from Waimate Strawberry Fare, heritage celebrations, Classic Street racing to local productions. Activities and accommodation to suit all tastes.



Visit Waimate to discover a valued collection of Edwardian buildings and historic churches, beautiful parks and gardens, an abundance of recreational opportunities including walks and mountain biking, shops, cafes and in season, THE best strawberries. Waimate is also home to NZ’s largest wallabies!

For walks, wine and wallabies…. Waimate, turn at the yellow barn!

WAIMATE INFORMATION CENTRE 75 Queen Street, Waimate p. 03 689 7771 e. info@waimatedc.govt.nz www.waimate.org.nz



EnkleDooVery Korna Waimate ‘A place with a variety of things.’

Affordable HANDS ON Adventure

• Walk Amongst • Touch • Cuddle • Feed • Photograph • Over 60 Cute Tame Wallabies

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During the off season from 11 June until 19 Sept will open by appointment, weather dependent or by chance.

Located North end of Highway 82 on Bathgates Road,Waimate. Your Host - Gwen Dempster-Schouten Phone 03 689 7197 C/- Email: jenny_dempster@hotmail.com NO EFTPOS OR CREDIT FACILITIES.

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Dart New Zealand Limited Your destination for high-end industrial supplies

dart has been established by Canterbury business interests with a long history in New Zealand infrastructure installation and maintenance. Their demand for products of extreme quality that need to perform in extreme conditions is what drives dart. At dart you’ll find us knowledgeable and experienced and high on customer service and back-up. We’re here for you so let us know if there are particular products you’d like to see in stock.


Andy Lloyd - Manager M 022 425 8407 andyl@dart.kiwi.nz

Dart New Zealand Limited 751 Harewood Road (Airport End) PO Box 20074, Bishopdale Christchurch 8543, New Zealand T +64 3 360 3200 sales@dart.kiwi.nz


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*Metabo 3 year unlimited charge cycle battery warranty

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applies from date of purchase. The warranty covers defects in material and/or workmanship only and is subject to terms and conditions of use. www.metabo.com/Warranty-Service.2038.0.html

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