Bring a picnic and spend the end of your weekend relaxing on the lawn with good food, music and friends at Deep South Lazy Sundays 2019.
Deep South Lazy Sundays 2019 line-up:
- 20 January - Hans Pucket, Onono, Finn Johansson (Kiwi indie pop)
- 27 January - Lyttelton Record Company Showcase with Matthew Smith, Deep Water Creek, Emily Fairlight Band and Tom Maxwell (New folk)
- 3 February - Apex (Funk/soul 10 piece band)
- 10 February - Yurt Party (Gypsy roots)
- 17 February - Lloyd and Doublet, The Ranchsliders (Blues/country)
There are thousands of car parks available in the central city - find one using our interactive map.
There are two free off-street car parks located in the Botanic Gardens, one at the Riccarton Avenue entrance and one at the Armagh Street entrance. You can park in these spaces for up to 180 minutes. There are four mobility spaces in the Riccarton car park and five mobility spaces in the Armagh Street car park (mobility cards must be displayed in vehicles).
There are bike racks at the three main entrances - in both the Armagh and Riccarton Avenue car parks, as well as near the entrance to the Gardens on Rolleston Avenue.
There are two bus routes that will take you to the Botanic Gardens. The Yellow line stops along Riccarton Avenue and bus 17 stops along Rolleston Avenue. Please visit Metro Info for information on bus routes and timetables as they are subject to change.