Clothing & Footwear
High Fashion or High Country.
The whole family will be warm and dry with clothing and footwear from the region’s many stores. High fashion or high country, swimwear to snowboards, jandles to heels, lycra to merino, a little bit fancy or back to basics - there’s something for everyone.
Clothing & Footwear for all Occasions.
Top brands, preloved, designer labels, kids and family. Start a relationship – shop in store, keep in touch, buy online.
4 Mt Michael Road, Fairlie Cnr Talbot St & Waihi Terrace 14 Royal Arcade, Timaru 170 Stafford Street, Timaru 162 Talbot Street, Geraldine 158 Stafford St, Timaru 144 Hilton Highway, Timaru 92 Stafford Street, Timaru
4 Mt Michael Road, Fairlie
Cnr Talbot St & Waihi Terrace
14 Royal Arcade, Timaru
170 Stafford Street, Timaru
162 Talbot Street, Geraldine
158 Stafford St, Timaru
144 Hilton Highway, Timaru
92 Stafford Street, Timaru
So much to see and do here. Find out What’s On or add your own South Canterbury event.
A fundraiser for Hospice South Canterbury The Caroline Bay Rock and Hop is the South Island’s largest festival of its kind. The Caroline Bay Rock and Hop has grown to a
A fundraiser for Hospice South Canterbury The Caroline Bay Rock and Hop is the South Island’s largest festival of its kind.
The Caroline Bay Rock and Hop has grown to a four-day festival of nostalgia with a ‘50s,’60s theme, featuring 1000 cars, caravans and motorbikes from all eras. Keep an eye out as these cars come from all over NZ and many you have not seen before.
The event kicks off with a cruise to Riverstone near Oamaru on Thursday March 18. Being a new cruise the organisers, Hospice South Canterbury, thought that this would not be a large day but tickets to tour the castle sold out in less than 24 hours. With four tour times on offer vehicles will be leaving and returning to Timaru all day.
On Friday, we have the return of the popular Go Geraldine cruise. Vehicles will travel together from Caroline Bay (leaving at 11am) to the picturesque town of Geraldine where there will be entertainment galore. Cars will return to Timaru after 2pm with plenty of time to get ready for the much-anticipated Main Street Cruise.
Our Timaru CBD will have Beswick Street closed off from 4pm with lots happening, including with food vendors and entertainment. Come on down, wander around and enjoy the atmosphere then watch these fantastic vehicles cruising both sides of Stafford street.
The Main Street Cruise starts at 5.30pmwhich takes the vehicles past spectators through the main streets of Timaru and Pleasant Point finishing with a street party in Temuka. This is a real highlight for many of our out-of- town entrants, so come on Timaruvians, get the BBQ and deck chairs out and have a street party as you watch and wave at our Rock and Hop cruisers, they LOVE it. If you’re in Temuka you won’t want to miss this part of the party. Last year was a real hit with locals and cruisers alike. After the cruise those who wish to party can then join us back at Caroline Bay in the hall for a fantastic night of rock and roll. We have Sha-Low rocking all night long with the accompaniment of Dave Blakie. Or party with The Timaru Rock and Roll Club who are holding a dance upstairs at the Town and Country Club, featuring Candi and the Rockets. If you’re in Temuka you won’t want to miss The Groove playing at The Empire Hotel from 8pm.
The Saturday is the big Gala Show and Shine Day where all the vehicles are parked up for display and judging on the spectacular Caroline Bay. We have music from The Groove and the Drama Queens, a best dressed competition, 100’s of stalls, plenty of dancers, a fashion parade, lots of competitions and so much more it will be hard to know where to look. We finish the day off with the prize giving winners parade and then the draw for our lucky ticket winners, with the main prize being $10,000 cash. Yes, we’re giving away $10,000. It’s a live draw up on the stage, and while you don’t have to be there to win but it would be great to see you all there.
The town then rocks for the night with many rock and roll parties including the famous “Rock Your Socks Off” party held in the Bay Hall. This year we have a special treat for all our Rock Your Socks Off tickets holders. We have Che Orton down from the North Island, accompanied by Four on the Floor. Boy is the hall going to be rocking. Tickets are sold out however you can still rock the night away at the Timaru Town and Country Club with a party held by the Timaru Rock and Roll Club featuring Dee May and The Saints. We also have The Groove playing at The Empire Hotel for those of you in Temuka. Get your party shoes on and have a great weekend.
Everyone can meet up again down at the Bay Hall on Sunday morning for Breakfast before heading off on the final cruise which this year is going to Tekapo.
This is a Hospice South Canterbury Fundraiser, with all money raised going straight back to helping provide care for those in our region.
Vehicle entry to all cruises and the Show and Shine competition costs $40.
Public Entry to the Gala Show and Shine Day is a donation to your Hospice. Please be generous as it’s all going to a great cause and all money raised stays in your area.
We would love you to dress up in your best ’50s ‘60’s gear and join in the atmosphere. Come along and celebrate with us.
18 (Thursday) 11:00 pm - 21 (Sunday) 4:00 pm
Caroline bay, Timaru, New Zealand
Hospice South Canterbury03 687 7670 55 Broadway Ave, timaru
Celebrate our rich cultural diversity on race relations day! Join us at the the Timaru Artisan Farmers Market with cultural stalls, activities and performances. For more information CLICK HERE
Celebrate our rich cultural diversity on race relations day!
Join us at the the Timaru Artisan Farmers Market with cultural stalls, activities and performances.
For more information CLICK HERE
(Saturday) 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
2 George Street
2 George Street, Timaru 7910
Showcasing our 2021 collection that has everything a cycle-centric audience could want - action, drama, humour, and plenty of inspiration; the evening is unashamedly and utterly, utterly, utterly designed and
Showcasing our 2021 collection that has everything a cycle-centric audience could want – action, drama, humour, and plenty of inspiration; the evening is unashamedly and utterly, utterly, utterly designed and devised for the two wheel devotee!
This year’s treasure chest of films includes an incredible story of a transformative bikepacking journey through the Canadian Rockies; an unusual Victorian pastime taking place in modern London; a rider who has a burden of blindness and its vulnerabilities to contend with while undertaking a gruelling self-supported fat bike race in the Arctic; the humble story of a BMX Club and their dream of becoming the number one Club in the UK; a young female rider who goes back in time to carry the stories of the past into the future; four adventurers bikerafting and riding through challenging landscapes, following the historical trails to and from one of New Zealand’s most significant rivers; and a unique bike builder who builds off-road cycles that help change people’s lives; ALL in the mix!!
These short films are a great reminder of why we love to ride our bike; with stories that captivate us, stories that make us think, and most importantly of all- inspiring us to get out and ride. All celebrate the fun, adventure, and joy that cycling enables.
So…listen to the voice inside you; it’s telling you to go. Grab your mates, grab your tickets, GO ON… grab your bike and come along for the ride!!
Adults $22.50, U17 $17.50, U12 $12.50 Tickets available from below link and Door sales on the night (cash only)
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 9:20 pm
Brett Cotter021 748 441 firstname.lastname@example.org 69 Acacia Bay Road