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Cashel Street

Cashel Street, Christchurch 2004, New Zealand
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Cashel Street, Christchurch 2004, New Zealand
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1 - 10 of 383 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago

Cashel Street has nothing much to offer visitors, a few shops, Container Mall is nearly empty of shops. Just before you get to Bridge of Remembrance you have SPARK BIKE were you can hire bikes.

Thank MBB1952
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Most of the shops (containers) are gone now as the ANZ and BNZ centre have opened with a variety of shops. There are still a few food places such as Dimitris. But asides from that, not many shops as you'd be better off going down...More

Thank ChristchurchEats
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

shopping street in central city, with war memorial at one end, and Restart mall in containers, and leading to central city and cathdral

Thank happysheepChina
Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

Beautiful area, even with the obvious devastation that occurred in 2011. The shops were cute, friendly staff and a good array of items. Was so lovely and colourful, which really brought a lot of life to the area. We spent hours just walking around the...More

Thank Kate S
Reviewed 22 July 2017

This street has an abundance of places to visit, not least of which is the Bridge of Remembrance, Container Mall and City Mall. There are still empty lots from the earthquake, which decimated the city.

Thank James K
Reviewed 20 July 2017

We were impressed by the cafe in the mall. Service was prompt and friendly and tables cleaned quickly. Range of shops was interesting, not as many as we thought. Still worth a look and interesting to see how they can be set up.

Thank brandy126
Reviewed 13 July 2017

I really enjoyed visiting the Restart Mall on Cashel Street. It is quirky and interesting and a visual treat. Well worth a visit.

Thank insertnamehere26
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

The restart mall that popped up in shipping containers is mostly gone by now. There are a few shops left but not great variety. A pro for the are however is that food trucks seem to gather here.

Thank Maria F
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Cashel Street is well worth a visit. It is a quirky mix of traditional shops alongside a labyrinth of shipping containers converted into retail outlets and coffee shops/cafes. For me it summed up the energy and positive 'can do' attitudes of the Christchurch people following...More

Thank rosie101010
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Worth a visit if only to check out Ballantynes a Christchurch Iconic Department Store. The Bridge of Remembrance is at the Avon River end of the Street. A lovely structure. Parking nearby as is the Bus Station and an easy walk to view the Cathedral...More

Thank Missy872013
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.28 km away
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.14 km away
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.35 km away
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Caizay13
12 March 2015|
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Response from JulesGoodman66 | Property representative |
The Re:START container mall was born from the need to breathe new life into the Christchurch central city, following the devastating earthquake on 22 February, 2011. Best time of the year to visit - spring is pretty... More
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