Christchurch Botanic Gardens, There will be many varieties of flowers and trees

7 Rolleston Ave (main entrance), as well as entrances located under the West bridge on Riccarton Ave and Woodland Bridge
The eyes are full of green trees and fresh flowers.
The botanical garden is a very beautiful place.
The children are playing on the lawn.
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Introduction

Christchurch has a 300,000 square meter green land located by the Avon River, which is the most pleasant place in the city. Over ten thousand species of plants display a colorful array of colors in different seasons, bringing endless surprises to visitors. Whether it's the elderly, children, couples, or friends, taking a stroll in the botanical garden or enjoying a cup of coffee in the cafe is very pleasant. The visitor information center is located between the botanical garden and the Canterbury Museum and provides timely answers to any visitor questions. Come here and experience the atmosphere of the garden city!

Must-go rating

Must go
22%
Worth going
55%
Generally
18%
Not worth it
5%

Transportation

82%
Self-driving
Inconvenient to park
There is a parking lot
Free parking
Expensive parking fees
Cheap parking fees
Park by the roadside
2%
Bus transportation
2%
Subway/Train
14%
Translation: Others
Address
7 Rolleston Ave (main entrance), as well as entrances located under the West bridge on Riccarton Ave and Woodland Bridge
Opening hours
Monday to Sunday, from November to February of the following year, 7:00-21:00; March and October, 7:00-20:30; April to September, 7:00-18:30.
Transportation
Accessible by walking from Cathedral Square.