Join the Canterbury Maps team for a live demonstration of the new Canterbury Maps website. We will step you through our new website functionality and answer any questions you may have about the new site.
Canterbury maps have partnered with Aurecon to bring you the augmented reality sandbox. The sandbox is placed in the foyer at 200 Tuam Street for you to have a go at shaping your own landscape.
One of our most frequently asked questions is "what is the age of the aerial imagery?". Find out how to use our tools to answer this question.
Port hills Fire - imagery comparison, discover how much land has been burnt.
SCIRT are now reusing the Christchurch latest imagery service directly from the Canterbury Maps GIS server as their basemap.
Are you in a tsunami evacuation zone? Find out here.
Discover what the land was like in your area, start discovering now on RetroLens.
The Canterbury Historic Plans Register is an interactive application built to share our history. Environment Canterbury holds land use, subdivision surveys, drainage, flooding and farm plan records dating back as far as the 1820’s. The pla…
From next week our old imagery Image Server will be turned off. We encourage all that use this Imagery Image Server to please switch to this Latest Imagery Image Server. The two imagery services are identical and contain the same imagery,…
The Historical Aerial Imagery Gallery is an interactive application now available on the Canterbury Maps website. Environment Canterbury has georeferenced a broad range of historical aerial imagery that spans from 1925 to 2004.