Rich Heritage, New Life
Te Ana Marina is breathing life back into Lyttelton’s west side waterfront. Set between two traditional sites, Ōhinehou and Te Ana o Huikai, Te Ana is Canterbury’s only walk-on floating marina. Of the 170 berths, more than 140 have been leased and house various boats from powerboats, to mono-hull yachts, catamarans and launches.
As part of stage one of the commercial development, the existing Woolstore adjacent to the waterfront, has also been refurbished and will cater to a mix of commercial and retail tenants, in the near future.
A Unique Location
Port of Lyttelton
A working Port and trade hub for the South Island, Lyttelton is an eclectic mix of industry, creativity and history. The east side has a rich legacy as a place of shelter and food gathering by both European settlers and the original Māori inhabitants, Ngāti Wheke. Te Ana will once again open up Lyttelton’s harbourside and make it a place where people can connect and enjoy the waterfront.
A New Marina
Te Ana features Christchurch’s only floating berth marina, complete with walk on access. There are 170 floating berths with lengths of 10m-36m to provide shelter for yachts and powerboats. All berths are supplied with water and power services and supported landside with carparks, lighting, security, a new marina office and washroom facilities.Find out more >
Hospitality and retail opportunities are now available in this exciting new quayside development, with the building’s rustic character featuring a distinctive and appealing offering in this unique shoreline setting.
Tenancy options from approximately 80 to 400sq m are available, with plentiful onsite car parking. Every ground floor tenant will have expansive views over the marina and will benefit from a captive audience of marina users as well as a pedestrian link connecting Te Ana Marina to Lyttelton.
A Place to Enjoy
Initial landside rejuvenation features a pedestrian promenade, an improved sea wall and a much tidier environment with a mix of amenities including car parking, lighting and native plantings. Future stages are likely to include marine related retail, professional offices and a selection of restaurants and cafés to round out the area. Our long term vision is to transform Te Ana into a thriving area of Lyttelton for the enjoyment of locals and visitors alike.
Marina, facilities and promenadeFind out more >
Further landside development and additional floating berths
Te Ana – bringing people back down to the waterfront and ensuring a lasting legacy for Lyttelton and Canterbury.
Design Guidelines have been prepared by Lyttelton Port Company in collaboration with Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke, Christchurch City Council and the Lyttelton community.Download >