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Lindis Pass

Lindis Pass is located in the South Island of New Zealand. It lies between the towns of Cromwell in Central Otago and Omarama in North Otago, on the main inland route to the Mackenzie Basin in the Canterbury Region. The pass lies between the vall ...

                                               

Mount Lyndon

Mount Lyndon is a mountain in the Southern Alps of the Canterbury region of New Zealands South Island. It has a height of 1.489 metres and is located to the west of Lake Lyndon.

                                               

Malte Brun (mountain)

Malte Brun is the highest peak in the Malte Brun Range, which lies between the Tasman and Murchison Glaciers within New Zealands Southern Alps. According to Land Information New Zealand, it rises to a height of 3.199 metres, although other source ...

                                               

Manakau (mountain)

Manakau is a mountain peak in the Canterbury region of New Zealands South Island. At 2.608 metres, it is the highest peak of the Seaward Kaikoura Range. Five routes to the summit have been described, including the popular one from Barratts Bivvy. ...

                                               

Mandeville North

Mandeville North is a small village in the Waimakariri District of Canterbury, New Zealand. Due to new subdivisions being built in the area, the population has been slowly increasing, particularly after the 2011 Christchurch earthquake. The const ...

                                               

Mandeville Sports Centre

Mandeville Sports Centre is a cricket ground in Mandeville North, Canterbury, New Zealand. The ground held a single List A match in the 1990/91 Shell Cup when Canterbury played Wellington, which resulted in a 19 run victory for Wellington. A numb ...

                                               

Manuka Bay

Manuka Bay is located on the North Canterbury East Coast, northeast of the Hurunui River in the South Island of New Zealand. It is near Napenape and the town of Cheviot. The area is a popular destination for people who are travelling from coast t ...

                                               

McHughs Forest Park

McHughs Forest Park is a 43 hectare public recreational reserve on the edge of Darfield town in the Selwyn District of the South Island of New Zealand. It was established in 1893 as a plantation forest for timber and shelter, dominated by Douglas ...

                                               

Mount Cheeseman

Mount Cheeseman is a club snowfield in New Zealands South Island, near the town of Springfield, about an hour and a half from Christchurch. Situated in a south-east-facing basin, it features two T-bar lifts and one learner tow. The runs cover an ...

                                               

Mount Damfool

Mount Damfool is a mountain in the Southern Alps of New Zealand. It is a grade 1+ climb that can be completed in a long day from the Bealey Bridge via the Anti Crow River valley.

                                               

Mount Dobson

Mount Dobson is a ski resort in the South Island of New Zealand. Located 2.25 hours from Christchurch and 3 hours from Queenstown, it claims an easy access road, the highest car park of any ski resort in New Zealand, and the earliest start to the ...

                                               

Mount Grey / Maukatere

Mount Grey / Maukatere is a 934 metres mountain 15 kilometres west of Amberley in New Zealand. Mount Grey is named after Sir George Grey, the governor and Premier between 1845 and 1879. The Maori name for the mountain was Maukatere, which means " ...

                                               

Mount Herbert / Te Ahu Patiki

Mount Herbert / Te Ahu Pātiki is, at 919 metres, the highest peak on Banks Peninsula, New Zealand. It is located south of Lyttelton Harbour and has the township of Diamond Harbour located at its northern foot. The official name of the peak was am ...

                                               

Mount Lendenfeld

Lendenfeld Peak, in the past also Mount Lendenfeld, is the eighth highest named summit in New Zealand and in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park. The summit is named after the Austrian zoologist and mountaineer Robert Lendlmayer von Lendenfeld. It is ...

                                               

Mount Lyford

Mount Lyford Alpine Resort is a ski resort in the South Island of New Zealand. It is 146 kilometres by road from Christchurch. The resort includes Mount Terako. Catering for beginner, intermediate and advanced skiers, the runs cover an elevation ...

                                               

Mount Olympus Ski Area

Mount Olympus Ski Area, dubbed "playground of the gods", is a club skifield in Craigieburn Range, on New Zealands South Island. Near the town of Windwhistle, and in the vicinity of other club fields such as Mount Cheeseman and Broken River, it is ...

                                               

Mount Woolley (New Zealand)

Mount Woolley is a 1.743-metre-high mountain in Canterbury, in the South Island of New Zealand. It is located 12 kilometres west-north-west of the town of Hanmer Springs, close to the western end of the Hanmer Range, a curved ridge with several p ...

                                               

Mueller Glacier

The Mueller Glacier is a 13-kilometre long glacier flowing through Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park in the South Island of New Zealand. It lies to the west of Mount Cook Village within the Southern Alps, flowing roughly north-west from its neve ne ...

                                               

Murchison Glacier

The Murchison Glacier is an 18-kilometre long glacier flowing through Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park in the South Island of New Zealand. Lying to the east of the Malte Brun range and west of the Liebig Range, high in the Southern Alps, it flows ...

                                               

Mount Murchison (Canterbury)

Mount Murchison is a mountain in the Southern Alps in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand. It is the highest point of the Shaler Range, which runs approximately north-south to the east of the Wilberforce River. A col to the east of the peak sepa ...

                                               

Oaro

Oaro is a settlement close to the Pacific Ocean Coast of north Canterbury, in the South Island of New Zealand. Oaro is within Kaikoura District on State Highway 1 and on the South Island Main Trunk railway, 20 kilometres south of Kaikoura. It lie ...

                                               

Ohoka

Ohoka is a small semi-rural township on the northern outskirts of Christchurch in New Zealand. The New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage gives a translation of "place of the stake for a decoy parrot" for Ōhoka.

                                               

Okuku, New Zealand

Okuku is a small farming community located in North Canterbury, New Zealand, lying 20 kilometres northwest of Rangiora. Okuku consists of a mix of flat and undulating farmland, and river beds that drain a catchment area in the foothills to the no ...

                                               

Mount Ollivier

Mount Ollivier is a 1.933 m mountain in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand. It is a peak in the Sealy Range, about 2.5 km west of Mount Cook Village. The peak is named after mountaineer Arthur Ollivier, who died in 1897. Mount Ollivier was Sir ...

                                               

Ōnawe Peninsula

The Ōnawe Peninsula is a volcanic plug inside Akaroa Harbour, on Banks Peninsula in Canterbury, New Zealand. It is the site of a former pā. It is part of the Banks Peninsula Volcano. The New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage explains that ...

                                               

Opihi, New Zealand

Opihi is a small rural district located in the Timaru District, New Zealand. It is located just north of Pleasant Point and just to the west of Temuka. Richard Pearse lived in the area and conducted his 1903 experiments in powered flight along th ...

                                               

Opuha

Opuha is a small rural district located in the Timaru District, New Zealand. It is located to the northwest of Pleasant Point and southeast of Fairlie. The Opuha Dam is also located within the district.

                                               

Orari, New Zealand

Orari is a small town in the South-Canterbury region of New Zealands South Island, roughly midway between Ashburton to the north, and Timaru to the south it is the northern most town of South Canterbury. The New Zealand Ministry for Culture and H ...

                                               

Oxford County, New Zealand

                                               

Pareora

Not to be confused with Pureora, a settlement near Taumarunui in the North Island of New Zealand Pareora is a small town in the South Island of New Zealand. It is located close to State Highway 1, which bypasses the western edge of the town, and ...

                                               

Pyramid Valley

Pyramid Valley is a limestone rock formation near Waikari in the North Canterbury region of New Zealand, 80 km north-west of Christchurch. On the foot of the valley is a swamp which became notable in 1939 as New Zealands largest paleontological s ...

                                               

Raincliff

Raincliff is a small rural community in the Timaru District, New Zealand. It is located north-west of Pleasant Point and east of Fairlie. The Opihi River and Opuha River runs through the area. Popular camping sites include Raincliff Scout Camp, P ...

                                               

Rakaia

Rakaia is a town seated close to the southern banks of the Rakaia River on the Canterbury Plains in New Zealands South Island, approximately 57 km south of Christchurch on State Highway 1 and the Main South Line. Immediately north of the township ...

                                               

Rangitata (hamlet)

Rangitata is a settlement in New Zealand. It is located on State Highway 1, which passes through the town. The Rangitata River is located 3 kilometers north of the town and 10.7 kilometers north of Orari.

                                               

Rangitata Island

Rangitata Island is a long lens-shaped island in the delta of the braided Rangitata River in Canterbury, New Zealand, approximately halfway between Timaru and Ashburton, New Zealand. The island is approximately 17 kilometres long and about 5 kilo ...

                                               

Rapaki

Rapaki is a small settlement within the Whakaraupo Harbour basin. Rapaki is one of four Banks Peninsula rūnanga communities based around marae tribal meeting grounds. The Rapaki Marae, also known as Te Wheke Marae, is a meeting ground of Ngāi Tah ...

                                               

Roundhill Ski Area

Roundhill Ski Area is a family owned and run ski area in Canterbury, New Zealand, near the town of Lake Tekapo, 1.5 hours from Timaru and 3 hours from both Christchurch & Queenstown. The main runs are accessed by a 1.2 kilometre long T-bar T1 and ...

                                               

Saint Andrews, Canterbury

St Andrews is a small town in the south Canterbury region of New Zealands South Island. It is located on State Highway 1 five kilometres south of Pareora and 17 kilometres south of Timaru. In 2006 its population was 174. It was linked to Timaru b ...

                                               

Sefton, New Zealand

Sefton is a small town in the Waimakariri District, New Zealand, about 23 miles from Christchurch. In 1886, it had a census population of 276 and was a station on the Christchurch Ashley line. In 1891 it had a population of 390, of which 202 were ...

                                               

Southbrook, New Zealand

Southbrook is a suburb of Rangiora, in North Canterbury, New Zealand. It is located at the south end of the town. The population in the 2013 Census was 801. As the term "town" has no official meaning in New Zealand, Southbrook is sometimes consid ...

                                               

Spenser Mountains

The Spenser Mountains is a topographic landform in the northern South Island of New Zealand. Located at the southern end of the Nelson Lakes National Park and north of the Lewis Pass they form a natural border between the Canterbury and Tasman re ...

                                               

Springston

Springston is a small rural Canterbury town in the South Island of New Zealand Springston has a population of 3.303 in the 2013 census, an increase of 483 since 2006. Springston was developed around the mid-19th century, beginning with the establ ...

                                               

Takamatua

Takamatua, with an initial European name of German Bay, is a small town situated in Akaroa Harbour on Banks Peninsula in New Zealand. The main road to Akaroa passes through this locality. It is 3 kilometres north of Akaroa township.

                                               

Temple Basin

Temple Basin is a club skifield in Arthurs Pass, in New Zealands South Island. Operated by two clubs, the Temple Basin Ski Club, and the Canterbury University Snow Sports Club, the ski area has 3 rope tows, two on-site lodges, two shelters and a ...

                                               

Totara Valley

Totara Valley is a small rural community in the Timaru District, New Zealand. It is located north-west of Pleasant Point and east of Albury. The Opihi River runs through the area.

                                               

Travis Wetland

Travis Wetland is an ecological restoration programme in the suburb of Burwood in Christchurch, New Zealand. It covers 116 ha of land formerly drained and used as a dairy farm. In 2009 it won the "Urban Sustainability" category in the Green Ribbo ...

                                               

Mount Tregear

Mount Tregear, is a 2042 m mountain in New Zealands South Island. Mount Tregear is on the main divide at the head of the Mathias River of New Zealands Southern Alps. It is located 38 kilometres southwest of Arthurs Pass. It is named after Edward ...

                                               

Upper Waitohi

Upper Waitohi is a small rural community in the Timaru District, New Zealand. It is located north of Pleasant Point and north-west of Temuka. A monument dedicated to Richard Pearse is located in the area.

                                               

Mount Vancouver (New Zealand)

Mount Vancouver is a peak in the Southern Alps. At 3.309 metres it is New Zealands fourth highest named summit. It is an elevation on the ridge leading north from Aoraki/Mount Cook, between Mount Dampier and the Clarke Saddle. The peak is named a ...

                                               

Waikari

Waikari is a small town in the Canterbury region of New Zealands South Island. Its Anglican parish church is the Church of Ascension, 79 Princes Street, Waikari, where William Orange was vicar in the 1920s. The New Zealand Ministry for Culture an ...

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