Banks Peninsula

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Banks Peninsula is in Canterbury on the South Island of New Zealand.



  • The Port Hills of Christchurch mark the nothern reaches of the peninsula.

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Banks Peninsula is named after Joseph Banks.


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Some of the bays near Lyttleton can be popular watering holes for Cantabrians. Corsair Bay has one of the nicest beaches in the area, and is a great place to relax on a sunny day

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