Christchurch Adventure Park village and base station survive night
Christchurch Adventure Park's village and base station have survived the night as wildfires continue to sweep through the Port Hills.
Park spokeswoman Anne Newman said the chairlift was also still running on Thursday morning after flames burned trees and threatened the park overnight.
The fire was still burning nearby, but she believed firefighters were "keeping it at bay".
"It's a small miracle . . . They have done a fantastic job."
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Earlier, Newman said the fire had come down the valley, almost to the base station.
Staff were evacuated from the park about 2pm on Wednesday.
The park, which opened on December 17, was built over eight months at a cost of $24 million.