The Chief Post Office or Christchurch Central Post Office, originally known as the Government Building, is located in Cathedral Square, Christchurch, New Zealand.The building was initially a post office with other government services. The Chief Post Office in Cathedral Square was designed by William Clayton, the Colonial Architect, and built in 1877-1879 at a cost of £14,521.17.3. A controversial start This is a brief history of the building. Christchurch Chief Post Office, Cathedral Square, 1900.

The Chief Post Office or Christchurch Central Post Office, originally known as the Government Building, is located in Cathedral Square, Christchurch, New Zealand.The building was initially a post office with other government services. It is still standing after the Christchurch earthquakes of 2010 and 2011, although its future is uncertain. The first Post Office in Christchurch was sited in Market Square, now known as Victoria Square. The former Chief Post Office building is a significant landmark on one corner of Cathedral Square.