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Best things to do in Charteris Bay

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Park
“This is a hidden gem offering a good size playground with bike tracks, walking tracks, camping ground and a lovely wee stream. Only 3km down the road.”
13 locals recommend
Cafe
“Welcoming, great food and drink, lovely atmosphere, large outdoor deck, water views, large selection of wines and craft beers, very reasonably priced.”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Great food, with a varied menu. Outdoor deck/bar. Theme nights on occasion. ”
4 locals recommend
Convenience Store
“Lovely little family run convenience store. Open daily 8AM - 7PM for basic groceries and goods. ”
5 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Take a ride on the Diamond Harbour ferry to Quail island leaving once a day . Unspoilt well kept tranquil. ”
3 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Easy walk. From Lyttelton catch the ferry to Diamond Harbour and enjoy the gentle climb and vista up to Mt Herbert. Round trip approx 4hrs - Diamond harbour has a cafe to enjoy a well earned coffee and cake. ”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“No day out in Diamond Harbour is complete without a visit to historic Stoddart Cottage, and now there is the added attraction of seeing local art and craft. The Stoddart Cottage Gallery is open every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and public holiday from 10am to 4pm.”
2 locals recommend
Park
“Take a boat from Lyttelton and enjoy some walking, beaches and scenery. Take a picnic and make a day of it.”
1 local recommends
Establishment
“Mt Herbert track goes past the property and you can either start from the Valley down the street or follow the drive through the farmland. If you follow the ridge line it will meet up with the main track. The track takes about 4-5 hours return to the summit (919m ).”
2 locals recommend
Locality
“Diamond Harbour is another tranquil spot in the area and travelled best by ferry from Lyttelton harbour. Ferries take 20 minutes and leave in summer every 30 minutes. If you go there you may combine it with a stopover at Quail Island or Ohinetahi Garden.”
10 locals recommend
Bus Station
“Regular ferry connection to Lyttelton. Trip takes about 10 minutes. More info available of Black Cat Cruises website or Metroinfo homepage. ”
2 locals recommend
Postal Town
“You can avoid the town, but not on Saturdays. Saturday is market day, and the village brings out its best: Farmers, food & interested footfall. So don't miss to visit and shop your weekend food and the little NZ specialities to take home”
1 local recommends
Boat or Ferry
“There is free wifi at the library at the clubrooms. You can probably connect outside the building when they're closed by looking for ‘Christchurch City Libraries’ wireless network which will take you to their welcome page. Once you’ve agreed to their terms and conditions you’ll be connected. Their opening hours are: Monday:•Closed Tuesday:•2:00PM – 7:00PM Wednesday:•Closed Thursday:•10:00AM – 2:00PM Friday: •2:00PM – 4:00PM Saturday:•10:00AM – 12:00PM Sunday: •Closed.”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
1 local recommends
Street Address
“40 mins from the city and situated in a secluded, tranquil outlook to the Harbour.”
1 local recommends