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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    The Garden City is booming - with almost all accommodation booked out this month

    The Garden City is booming - with almost all accommodation booked out this month

    Christchurch's occupancy is already at 91 percent for February - and March is expected to be even bigger as Sail GP returns.

    The city also hosts the second Black Caps and Australia test, as well as the first Warriors home game.

    Christchurch NZ general manager of destination and attraction, Loren Aberhart, says she expects to see the trend continue throughout the year.

    She says they're expecting an epic March, but the whole of 2024 is looking amazing for Christchurch.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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