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113sqm Industrial Space in Christchurch
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Experience the warm and inviting atmosphere of Soul Quarter
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Impressive Training Facility in Christchurch
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Adobe Style Mexican Restaurant
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Iconic and Historic Manor House in Christchurch
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Spacious Gym with Muay Thai Ring in Christchurch
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for locations in Christchurch?
Booking prices vary with the property type, features, and rental length, but rates generally range from $41 to $1530 per hour for spaces in Christchurch.
What is the most popular attendee range in Christchurch?
Group size varies with the type of event or activity, but 1-5 people is a popular range in Christchurch.
What is the average hourly minimum for locations in Christchurch?
The average minimum booking time is 3 hours for locations in Christchurch.
What is the average square feet of locations in Christchurch?
There's a great range of spaces in Christchurch, with an average size of 1987 square feet.
What are the most popular locations in Christchurch?
How many locations are available for rent in Christchurch?
There are currently 31 locations available in Christchurch.
Which location types are most popular in Christchurch?
Christchurch is a popular spot for Event Space, Cafe and Bar locations.
How many location types are available in Christchurch?
Right now, there are at least 22 of different types of locations in Christchurch.
How do I book a Christchurch location on Giggster?
When you find the right venue, you can connect with the host to get additional info and work out the details. Once everything is all set, you can book and pay for the location in a couple of clicks. Learn more about booking locations.
How do I cancel a Christchurch reservation request?
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About Christchurch

Christchurch is a vibrant and resilient city that recreated itself after seismic hardships. Its museums and art installations tell a riveting story of Maori origins and English colonial influences. As it flows through the city, the Avon River mirrors the Botanic Gardens and neo-gothic buildings, whispering of a bygone period.

The city's inventiveness and community spirit are everywhere. Christchurch is a magnet for intellectual interchange, hosting world-class conferences and seminars that create worldwide relationships against an exciting skyline.

Christchurch's topography showcases nature's beauty despite its urban charms. The Southern Alps and Canterbury Plains provide a picturesque backdrop for filmmakers and photographers. These vistas capture New Zealand's unique natural beauty and are one of Christchurch's greatest film/photo shoot sites.

Spring's blooms and autumn's golden foliage promise a lovely visit. This city's stones tell stories, street corners play scenes, and vistas inspire portraits. Christchurch is an inspiration, not just a destination.

Attractions in Christchurch

Christchurch, located on New Zealand’s South Island, is a hub of cultural richness and natural beauty, offering an array of top attractions for both locals and tourists. Its landscape, brimming with history and art, has been a backdrop for world-class events and productions, making the city a vibrant point of interest on the global map.

  • Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū
    The Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū has an extensive collection of national and foreign art that shows how much the city cares about the arts. Notably, the gallery has held shows during the New Zealand International Film Festival, showing art-house movies and features that fit in with the gallery's style.
  • Hagley Park North
    Hagley Park North is a large haven in the middle of Christchurch that is a peaceful place to get away from city life. It has been the site of the World Buskers Festival, which has brought together street artists and entertainers from around the world. Over the years, the park's lush surroundings have also been used for public film showings and cultural events, which has made it a more popular place for fun.
  • Canterbury Museum
    The Canterbury Museum holds a lot of information about local history. It has been the site of educational events, historical displays, and talks that link local and global events in history. Even though it hasn't been in a big hit movie, the museum tells a story that goes well with New Zealand's varied film locations, which have been used in movies like "The Lord of the Rings."
  • Nurses' Memorial Chapel
    The Nurses' Memorial Chapel is both a historic place honoring the nurses who died in wartime and a moving reminder of the sacrifices that people make during hostilities. It stands with quiet pride, having seen the city grow and heard the stories of how people got through hard times that are told in many World War II programs and movies.
  • Bridge of Remembrance
    The Bridge of Remembrance, which commemorates Canterbury World War I veterans, is another symbol. Like wartime films, its solemnity and historical relevance make it a site of self-analysis. Films and literature often explore heroism and peace, and the bridge's construction and symbolism reflect this.

Production Locations in Christchurch

Christchurch, New Zealand, boasts a tapestry of production locales, ranging from contemporary urban canvases to vast natural vistas. This city offers a selection of settings that provide filmmakers with flexible options for a variety of thematic backdrops and scenes.

  • Urban Filming Venues
    The city's metropolitan landscape blends historical relevance with modern aesthetics, providing a versatile backdrop for filming. Filmmakers can show city life on crowded streets and modern high-rises or a more gloomy environment in quaint businesses and peaceful alleyways. These flexible spaces hold small independent initiatives and major productions, allowing creative expression.
  • Estates and Architectural Wonders
    Each Christchurch mansions and estate offer a story through its ancient charm and stunning architecture. These buildings make perfect settings for period plays and films that require historical understanding. They allow set designers to capitalize on the beauty and authenticity of original, well-preserved architectural marvels.
  • Natural Landscape Sets
    The region's natural landscapes have drawn productions like "The Chronicles of Narnia," showcasing the versatility and grandeur of local settings. The serene landscapes, ranging from undulating hills to dramatic coastlines, offer directors a plethora of choices for their films' outdoor scenes while also saving on set construction.
  • Churches and Cathedrals
    Representing a slice of history and architectural prowess, the churches and cathedrals of Christchurch add solemn sophistication and spiritual gravitas to any shoot. Their presence enhances narrative authenticity, providing quintessential backdrops for key film scenes ranging from melancholy to celebratory.
  • Film Studios
    Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, Christchurch's film studios present a professional atmosphere for crews to bring their creative visions to life. With sound stages and green rooms, the studios support various aspects of production, from pre-production planning to the final touches of post-production, ensuring that the city is more than just a host of locations—it is a comprehensive filmmaking hub.

Event and Meeting Venues in Christchurch

Christchurch, New Zealand, known for its rich heritage and vibrant culture, offers a mosaic of ideal venues for events and meetings. From intimate spaces to expansive grounds, the city's eclectic mix caters to gatherings of every size and style.

  • Elegant Heritage Homes
    Christchurch's historical homes provide a warm and inviting atmosphere for smaller, more refined gatherings. Perfect for cocktail receptions or exclusive dinners, these venues often feature beautifully manicured gardens and classic architecture that add a touch of grandeur to any event.
  • Serene Church Halls
    The abundance of picturesque church halls in the city makes them a prime choice for weddings, choir performances, and community meetings. Their tranquility and traditional charm offer a solemn yet welcoming space for special moments.
  • State-of-the-art Conference Centers
    With cutting-edge facilities, these modern venues are tailored for conventions, corporate events, and large conferences. They accommodate advanced technology needs and typically feature flexible room arrangements for customizable event styling.
  • Gastronomic Delights in Restaurants
    Christchurch's culinary scene is dynamic and offers an array of restaurants with private dining spaces. These venues are ideal for celebrations, business lunches, or networking events where food plays a central role in the experience.
  • Inspiring Public Spaces
    The city's libraries and museums provide unique backdrops for events that seek to foster learning and inspiration. Whether it's a book launch, an educational workshop, or a gala among historic artifacts, these sophisticated venues stimulate the mind and encourage connectivity.