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30 years in business. 1984 - 2014

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One of the best ways of understanding why people are attracted to Canterbury is to fly in to Christchurch International Airport. On the western horizon, there are the Southern Alps, snow-covered in winter and home to many ski fields. Below are the Canterbury Plains and the twisting channels of the Rangitata, Rakaia and Waimakariri rivers. To the east, kilometres of beaches stretch north and south, broken only by the hills and harbours of Banks Peninsula.

As the local tourism promotion puts it (and it’s true) “you can ski, snowboard, bungy jump, hike, jet boat, fish, mountain bike, raft, surf, swim, golf, see whales, dolphins and seals, visit wineries and gardens, shop, and so much more, all within two hours of Christchurch.”

Canterbury is a region on New Zealand’s South Island marked by grassy plains, clear lakes and snow-capped mountains. Its largest city, Christchurch, is famed for its art scene and green spaces like the riverside Botanic Gardens. Cantabrians have shown great resilience since the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011 and got on with the task of rebuilding the city and region. The $40 billion rebuild is over halfway complete with projects including the spectacular inner-city Margaret Mahy Family Playground, Hagley Oval, the Christchurch Art Gallery and a central Bus Interchange have all been delivered.

Coffeys Tourism Property Brokers are proud to have their head office based in Canterbury and have been selling motels in the region for over 30 years.

Fantastic destinations in the Canterbury region include Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park, Lake Tekapo & Twizel, Akaroa, Kaikoura, Hanmer Springs Thermal Resort, Arthurs Pass National Park and many others. If you would like information on motels for sale in Christchurch and Canterbury – then talk to Coffeys.

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