Christchurch Airport Dining and Cuisine
Christchurch Airport—gateway to the 'Garden City'—is located 12 kilometres to the northwest of Christchurch's city centre. It is the main airport servicing Christchurch. Experience Christchurch Airport dining and cuisine at a bar, restaurant, cafe or fast food joint, and taste some of the finest food and wines in New Zealand. Christchurch enjoys a wide variety of fresh produce, both from the land and the sea. more
Choose a world class Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay, grown and made in New Zealand, to complement your meal.
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Mobile-friendly - Enjoy a relaxing stay in our idyllic award-winning gardens on seven acres of land. The hotel features 157 guest accommodation rooms, conference and meeting facilities and extensive free parking. Free shuttle service to and from the airport. Guest facilities include indoor swimming pool, spa, gym and award winning bar/restaurant. Three minutes from Christchurch Airport and 10 minutes from CBD.
Located at Willowbank Wildlife Reserve, Ko Tāne is the South Island’s only Māori cultural experience and hāngī dinner. Includes a pōwhiri (traditional Māori welcome), an interactive village experience and a 45-minute kapahaka performance with an optional hāngī meal and/or kiwi tour. Performances at 5.30pm with bookings essential. Phone 359 6226 for availability or click below to make your booking.
Mobile-friendly - Following its $25M redevelopment programme in 2016, Sudima Christchurch Airport is a Qualmark rated 4.5 star and one of the most sought-after hotels in Christchurch. Located at the airport, next to the Antarctic Centre and the new Spitfire Shopping Centre. Other offered facilities are complimentary standard Wi-Fi, car parking and electric car charging facilities.
Mobile-friendly - Close encounters of the 'wildlife kind' are a trademark. Meet New Zealand's Big 5 with Kiwi, cheeky Kea, ancient Tuatara, our bush parrot the Kaka and the rare Takahe. Feed wild eels and make friends with the livestock breeds unique to New Zealand. Listen to the kiwi as it forages by your feet. Open from 9:30 am till dusk daily.
Mobile-friendly - Our Transport and Technology museum opened in 1968 with personal collection built over many years including Cars, Carriages, Fire Engines, Print shop and Computer display. Take a trip down memory lane. Younger visitors get an insight into how things used to be. Open all year Wednesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm(last entry 3:45). Bank holiday opening please check our website.
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