Field Facilities Centre
The University of Canterbury has the most extensive network of field stations of any New Zealand university. The Field Facilities Centre offers a wide range of services relating to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching courses, research and other activities at the UC Field Stations.
The Field Facilities Centre comprises the field laboratories at Cass, Harihari, Kaikoura and Westport. They support field studies carried out in the locations and environments around the field stations.
Physics and Astronomy operates remote laboratories in the field, at Mt John (Lake Tekapo) and Scott Base (Antarctica) and these are not included in the activities of the Field Facilities Centre.
The Cass area provides a diverse range of environments for research. Discover what you can do at Cass field station.
Harihari field station is near Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers on the South Island Alpine Range. Learn more about what we offer.