Centre Of It All

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An ongoing selection of curated experiences to help you plan your next family day or urban adventure in Ōtautahi (Christchurch).

Experience what’s on offer in the Christchurch CBD. Whether you’re a lifelong local or a new arrival, you’ll find something new to explore in the vibrant heart of the city. Discover curated adventures that showcase all the best bits of the central city. Pick an adventure, grab some friends and experience the central city like you never have before! Take a walk around Ōtautahi music treasures, discover the city’s contemplative side by exploring the stillness of gallery spaces and peaceful riverside seating and more. There is a members highlight section and detailed map with a filter function for ease of searching.



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Whānau Mārama: New Zealand International Film Festival 2023

19/07/2023 -6/08/2023

The NZIFF 2023 programming team attends film festivals around the world to bring audiences in Aotearoa the very best of global cinema, with the Auckland programme featuring 129 full-length films and seven short film collections, with films hailing from 39 countries, including Uganda, Senegal, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Estonia, Jordan, Iran, Brazil, and of course Aotearoa. The films will screen in six venues and cinemas in Auckland from 19 July to 6 August with the festival rolling out to 15 regions across the motu. The 2023 programme comprises features, Cannes Film Festival winners, documentaries, shorts, retrospectives, films for kids, animation, and the ‘incredibly strange’. Nine films are celebrating their world premiere and all films are making their New Zealand premiere at NZIFF 2023.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™

Auckland, Dunedin, Hamilton, Wellington

The 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup in New Zealand and Australia will be on a huge scale. It’s set to become the most-attended women’s sporting event in history, with over a million tickets already sold.

Matariki 2023

Observed 14/07/23

Matariki is a time where people, whānau, and communities gather together to remember the year that has passed, to celebrate the present, and to plan for the next year. It is a time to remember our loved ones who are no longer with us, to feast and celebrate with our relatives and friends, and to look towards the future and the hope of a season full of bounty.

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