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Christchurch AttractionsBurnham - Home of the Burnham Military Camp. It is possible to hear some of the training exercises at times.
Rakaia - This town calls itself ‘the salmon capital of New Zealand'. It's also known for its bridge, which is 1.8 kilometres long. The Rakaia River is one of the world's best examples of a braided river.
Ashburton - Ashburton has a total of six museums, including a vintage railway museum, aviation museum and car museum. Local craft galleries are definitely worth a look.
- This busy service town is the home of Temuka pottery – New Zealand's
very own oven-to-table ware. Visit the factory shop and pick up a bargain.
Lake Forsyth - In the past, this lake had a permanent outlet to the sea and waka (Maori canoes) could travel right into the forested inlet, which was then known as Maori Harbour.
Barry's Bay - Here you can sample specialty cheeses at the gourmet cheese factory.
Farm - One hundred and fifty years ago French settlers grew grapes at French
Farm. Today, the tradition lives on. Stop at French Farm to buy wines or enjoy