Hargre Park is located on the west side of the city. The Riccarton Avenue in Henggeng Park divides the park into two areas. The Avon River runs through North Hargre Park, which has golf courses, botanical gardens and lakes, and has a well-equipped bicycle lane. There are many cricket and polo venues in South Hargre Park.
The beautiful Hagrid Park enjoys every season. Whether spring flowers or deep winter flowers, I found that walking among them is beneficial to my heart and soul. The well-trimmed broad lawn and garden bed create a beautiful visual contrast, creating angles and dramatic effects for elegant old trees and waterways. There are many pockets and rooms hidden in the park. As the seasons change, it's interesting to rediscover and return. Further maintenance of playground area and water function area is suitable for children and people with young hearts.
An open park west of the center of Christchurch. We stayed at the Hilton Yilin Hotel, walked across the park to the city centre for sightseeing. After a one-way walk of about 45 minutes, we felt that the park had a large green area and shaded trees. Especially after the rain, the air was sweet and there was a feeling of washing the lungs. The park is free, and you can cross it to the Memorial Bridge.
Hargrey Park in Christchurch is the largest city park here. It has beautiful lakes, huge lawns and dense trees. There are many wild ducks playing freely in the clear lake water, which is also the favorite place for young people, lying on the lawn, breathing fresh air, enjoying the warm sunshine, chatting with friends and reading books, which is really very free and comfortable.
Hagley park is one-third the size of a Christian city, the real green lung of a city. There are plenty of places to play. Avon River canoeing, feeding ducks, Christchurch Botanical Garden, Christchurch Museum are all in this park. The local people will do morning exercises, run and walk their dogs here. They are very relaxed and comfortable.
Because they are close to the botanical gardens, when visiting the botanical gardens, the parks also have a good view. We chose the nearby bestwestern, which is about two kilometers away. It's very suitable for people who want to run in the morning or in the evening.
Hagrey Park is the country park of Christchurch, where the forest is dense and the water is murmuring. The river water of the river is clear to the bottom, where the water birds are crowding around, and the lavender, which is not patchy, will be green grass in twos and threes, the decoration is very beautiful. This is the most popular place for citizens and tourists. The air is fresh and natural. It is the most ideal place for outing.
I have to say that Hagley Park is still beautiful in autumn.
The main park is a large green area, just west of the city, connected with museums, botanical gardens and so on. It is absolutely enjoyable to have time to soak in the park. The Avon River runs through the park and divides the botanical gardens. There is also a rose garden in which dozens of kinds of roses compete with each other in beauty, and there are drops on the petals of rainflakes, which are extremely beautiful.
The Hagrey Park in Christchurch covers a vast area. There are not only tall trees but also quiet rivers. Many wild ducks play freely there, like a beautiful landscape painting. Take a slow walk here, and see carefree children and dogs playing on the grass, listening to the calls of ducks and birds, the feeling of happiness arises spontaneously. If you are tired of shopping, you can sit down in the cafe in the park, have a cup of coffee, have a dessert, look at the pure New Zealand sky, breathe fresh air, it is a perfect quiet time.
Hadley Park is located in the center of Christchurch City, covering more than 160 hectares. It is the largest city park in Christchurch. In addition to the pleasant natural green space, giant trees and weeping willows along the river, the park also has botanical gardens, museums, Lake Victoria, children's playgrounds and various sports venues. The park is quiet and elegant. Tourists like to enjoy the slow and leisurely time under the dense shade of trees.