• Our city. Our legacy. Our forest park.
    Te takiwā, kā hua a Tāne, he taoka tuku iho.
  • Our city. Our legacy. Our forest park.
    Te takiwā, kā hua a Tāne, he taoka tuku iho.
  • Our city. Our legacy. Our forest park.
    Te takiwā, kā hua a Tāne, he taoka tuku iho.
  • Our city. Our legacy. Our forest park.
    Te takiwā, kā hua a Tāne, he taoka tuku iho.

Avon River Red Zone maps, links, and useful resources

AvON Living Portfolio

The AvON Living Portfolio has information about most of the proposals for the Avon River Red Zone. These include many of the ideas we like, and a few we're not so keen on!

Canterbury Maps – Map & app gallery

Interactive maps and apps ranging from coastal erosion and liquefaction susceptibility to CERA technical categories and residential land repair.

Christchurch City Libraries – Historical maps

A wealth of historical maps of Christchurch, Canterbury, and New Zealand, including an 1884 plan of the city of Christchurch

Forest & Bird – North Canterbury Branch

Greening the Red Zone is proud to have the support of the North Canterbury Branch of Forest & Bird.

New Zealand Birds Online

Want to identify all the different birds you're seeing throughout the Avon River Red Zone? New Zealand Birds Online makes it easy, and gives you a lot of information as well.

Regenerate Christchurch – Draft Outline for the Otakaro/Avon River Corridor Regeneration Plan

Read the plan and make a submission (before February 21).

Regenerate Christchurch – Residential red zone

The Residential red zone section of Regenerate Christchurch's website has a wealth of information and resources, including a detailed secton on red zone land information.

Trees for Canterbury

Trees for Canterbury regularly provides thousands of locally germinated native plants to community planting projects around Canterbury. It also has a native plant nursery where you can buy native plants for your garden.

Waitakiri Ecosanctuary Feasibility Report

This report looks at the factors important to the feasibility of the Waitakiri Ecosanctuary, and also tests public support for the concept.