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After looking at the view the kids spent a lot of time just running around. Huge open spaces for throwing a ball etc, good play equipment and a nice we walk in the bush too. well worth the effort to go to.
My 2-year old boys and hubs checked out this park during the school holidays to avoid the busy-ness of our usual go-to Margaret Mahy Park. This park has great views of Christchurch, with lovely tracks as well as a big lawn area by the playground...More
We took our grandchildren up here last Saturday. Beautiful views overlooking the city. A huge big park to picnic and play ball etc and a very good playground for children to keep them entertained. For those feeling energetic there are a lot of walks around...More
if you like track walking..this is a good option,,not too difficult,.good scener ycan take up to 2-3 hours depending on the pace,
good views of the city and outlook towards Lyttelton its a good park like bush walk....good for a weekend walk with friends.
This has long been a favourite for family picnics. The covered octagonal tables near the childrens' play area are handy for keeping the sun off.
The toilets are not far from the main picnic tables. There are other places scattered thoughout the park for picnics...More
Yes, you can drive right into the Park, and there are mobility parks there for you. Some of the tracks are also wheelchair accessible. From Victoria Park you can also drive up the Summit Road to the Sign of the Kiwi, and all... More
Yes, you can drive right into the Park, and there are mobility parks there for you. Some of the tracks are also wheelchair accessible. From Victoria Park you can also drive up the Summit Road to the Sign of the Kiwi, and all along the summit of the Port Hills. There are numerous places where you can stop and enjoy the scenery.