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Cashel Street

Cashel Street, Christchurch 2004, New Zealand
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Cashel Street, Christchurch 2004, New Zealand
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Reviewed 9 March 2016

This was a neat spot to visit- as the shops are made out of shipping containers. Really quite interesting and shows the resolve of the Kiwis. It is definitely worth a stroll thru. There are lots of shops are eateries.

Thank Honisoiquimalypense
Reviewed 8 March 2016

The shops set up are unique. Mostly in 'container'. There is a Quake Museum as well. We did not went in. Nice to have a cup of coffee and people watching there. Drop by at DF Souvenir shop..cheaper than the rest of the places (i-sites)...More

Thank 393Jules73
Reviewed 5 March 2016

This is a real mix of old and new. Some places and shut from the earthquake and then there's the new re: start mall which has great little shops and food places. Easy to access Midlifejess.wordpress.

Thank jmm73
Reviewed 27 February 2016 via mobile

I hope so but I have my doubts. While parts of the central Chch tebuild make sense I'm afraid this one doesn't. I'll monitor and let you know if I change my mind!

Thank Albywon
Reviewed 26 February 2016

You have to admire the ingenuity of the people of Christchurch. Having lived through the destruction of their beautiful city, they have come up with ways to get back on their feet again. Well done. Although the city has lost its "landmarks" there are many...More

Thank MaggieB75
Reviewed 23 February 2016

That people had the foresight and nouse to set up and regenerate their businesses in unwanted shipping containers says a lot for the spirit abd get it done attitude of the people of Christchurch. Brilliant. Well done, we wish you well in your businesses for...More

Thank peterwV975TL
Reviewed 21 February 2016

A very friendly atmosphere. I think Christchurch has after having a tragedy become a city with a healthy holistic attitude.

Thank kirsty330
Reviewed 16 February 2016

In an area of the damaged city that is often difficult to walk through and with the almost hourly changes in roads closed, impossible to drive and park in, my best wishes to anyone who finds it other than by luck. The re-use of shipping...More

1  Thank kevingoodwin
Reviewed 14 February 2016

the re creation of christchurch worth a visit nice restaurants and coffee shops entertainment during the weekends

Thank glenn h
Reviewed 14 February 2016

We went to the shops which were made from shipping containers which was pretty cool. We enjoyed stopping here but there wasn't a whole big range of shops to look at and so we didn't spend as much time here as we thought that we...More

Thank courtanddan
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- what is there to see and do here? - best time of the year to visit? - facilities and services they offer? - benefit for the customer?
11 March 2015|
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Response from JulesGoodman66 | Property representative |
The Re:START container mall was born from the need to breathe new life into the Christchurch central city, following the devastating earthquake on 22 February, 2011. Best time of the year to visit - spring is pretty... More