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Lyttelton is quirky and fun and a little picture of thriginal days of Christchurch but it is still a working harbour so is a very interesting place to visit. There's always heaps of activity, as you would expect.
It was extremely badly damaged in the...More
This is not the most visually stunning harbor because it's not just for sight-seeing but rather a working harbor with a lot of freight transit. Still worth a brief visit for a glimpse of the Pacific; also residential neighborhoods on steep hills that are reminiscent...More
Lyttleton is an NZ jewel and as one of the first landing places by Capt. Cook on Endeavour in 1776 became a port in 1849 and is now a major port trading in timber, petrol and lpg. The port also has a new marina and...More