Resting under the Port Hills on the Lyttelton Harbour, Governors Bay is a small community oasis on the fringes of Christchurch. Spend the afternoon fishing from the wooden dock that extends 100 meters into the bay, or walk beneath the poplar trees that line the perimeter. Visitors can also swim in the calm tides of Sandy Beach, or hike Faulkner's Track up the hill behind the town, and enjoy beautiful views from the summit. There are many lodging options, although some of the major businesses, including Community Hall, suffered lasting damage in the 2011 Christchurch earthquakes.
It's bigger here, delicious restaurants, chocolate desserts and coffee are all good. The most important thing is to have fun with your family. You can play for half a day.
New Zealand has a small population, but when it comes to places with good scenery, there are restaurants and people in such remote places. Sit down and rest, and then go.
The scenery of Governor's Bay is very good. The forests here are very tall and there are not many tourists. They can enjoy the scenery along the way quietly.
Governor's Bay is a picturesque place with a long wharf extending like a necklace in the bay. Governor's Bay is the most distinctive chocolate food resort. Not recommended