Experience rural New Zealand with a sheep farm tour, watch the sheep dogs round up the sheep ready to shear, and have fun in the countryside!
• Experience a real working Canterbury Sheep farm
• Sheep Dogs at work
• Sheep Shearing
• Morning or Afternoon Tea
• Central Christchurch including the badly earthquake-damaged city center
• Stops for photo opportunities at all the key destinations
Christchurch – Sightseeing with Sheep Farm Tour
Experience rural New Zealand with a sheep farm tour, watch the sheep dogs round up the sheep ready to shear, with morning or afternoon tea in the woolshed.
You will learn about the different sheep breeds and their wool and how the wool is packed and graded. You will also enjoy some fine home baking!
On your return to Christchurch, you will be given a brief tour of the city center once with its historic buildings and architecture now heavily destroyed and badly damaged by the earthquake hitting the city in February 2011 .
Experience the grand architecture, beautiful gardens, and scenic view points on a half-day city tour of Christchurch. Wander the Monavale Gardens with pretty ponds and water features, visit the botanical gardens in the central city, and the seaside suburb of Sumner. Travel to the Sign of the Takahe to admire the spectacular views over the Canterbury Plains and Southern Alps.
More info about Christchurch:
Destination Christchurch Christchurch, the third largest city in New Zealand, is located on the east coast of country’s South Island. City has predominantly English heritage with elements of indigenous, Maori culture. Main city areas include Cathedral Square, where many city’s landmarks are located, together with ‘Cardboard Cathedral’, Hagley Park, with expansive green area and Avon River and Willowbank Wildlife Reserve and Orana Wildlife Park.
More info about New Zealand:
Destination New Zealand New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean consisting of two main islands, covered by volcanic mountains and glaciers, and another thirty smaller ones off the main coast and each with unique natural characteristics.