Lyttelton Attractions and Activities
Lyttelton has many tourist attractions and travel activities with something to suit all ages, tastes and budgets. From adrenaline-pumping adventure to a relaxing day out, you need never be bored in Lyttelton.
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Mobile-friendly - Explore Lyttelton Harbour with Black Cat Cruises. We offer ferry services to Quail Island and Diamond Harbour. Spend half the day walking and learning about the history of Quail Island, or take a trip to Diamond Harbour for swimming, visiting the farmers market or enjoying a picnic. Private charters also available.
Christchurch Taxi Tours & Transfers…a truly personal, bespoke and private tour and transport service offering quality tours, ski / airport transfers of the South Island. Ski transfers between Christchurch, Cardrona, Queenstown and Methven. Each booking managed by the owner, dedicated to quality-service. My TripAdvisor and Google reviews are testimony to my efforts to make "every moment a great memory". Book direct and Save
Mobile-friendly - Here at Christchurch Touring Company, we specialise in small group tours, luxury charter services, cruise ship excursions and exclusive airport transfers. Our range includes Christchurch City, Canterbury and the surrounding regions - including Kaikoura, Akaroa and Banks Peninsula, Hanmer Springs and further afield.
Mobile-friendly - Guided 1-day walk on Banks Peninsula, a spectacular extinct volcano within 30 minutes of Christchurch. Experience the world-class views and enjoy a days' walk with our experienced local guides. If you are short on time, a half-day guided walk on Banks Peninsula is for you.
The Godley Head WWII coastal defence battery sits atop sheer 120 metre-high cliffs. Built in 1939, it is ranked in the top ten New Zealand coastal defence heritage sites. The Tunnel Track, some buildings and the gun emplacements are closed due to damage from the earthquakes in 2010 and 2011.
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