First established in 1876, Amberley House occupies a special place in the history of North Canterbury, New Zealand.
Amberley House includes an arboretum, with countless specimen trees and shrubs and endless walkways, glades and fairways contained in a park-like valley. An extensive pond network in the valley is surrounded by around 2500 specimen trees – a large number still bearing their nameplate at their base. The rich earth from the excavation of the ponds was used to build the raised beds and banks for planting and landscaping, creating the forms and structures seen today. The ponds are fed by natural springs, sourced from aquifers that flow down from the slopes of Mount Grey.
5 hectares, allow 1 to 2 hours.
Amberley House offers an ideal venue for your special day, whether you are planning a small, intimate wedding or a large, joyous occasion.
Amberley House is home to a Warmblood Sporthorse breeding stud as well as a working farm.
127 Ashworths Rd, Amberley Just a 40-minute drive north of Christchurch