Friday, 6 June 2014

Avon River Info Report

What know the history of Canterbury

So What write a infomation report about early history of Canterbury

The Avon River is also known as Ötäkaro.
The length of the Avon River is 14kms.
The first Maori lived in on the banks of the Avon River at a place called Puari.

☆Antigua Boatsheds

The 1882 Antigua Boatsheds are the last of the commercial boatsheds that once stood along the banks of the Avon River.
The Antigua Boat sheds have been a part of Christchurch's early history that goes back over 130 years.


Punting on the Avon River is an activity you can do in Christchurch.
The punts are 6-8 metres Iong and a metre wide.
The pole is about 5 net res long.
3 of the punt's name is Albert, Elizabeth ll and Mary.

☆The Future

The Future of the Avon River will see it having plants on the banks of the Avon River and a parking zone about 30 metres either side of the water.
It will cost just under 100 million dollars.
The Avon River is a beautiful place to visit in Christchurch.

Now What know the most important parts of Canterbury's early history

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