Murchison Nature and Eco Tourism
Rural charm, natural beauty and once in a life time experiences are everything you can expect from your stay in Murchison, without the hustle of numerous chain stores, fast food franchises or tourist bus queues.
Murchison is the true definition of an undiscovered outdoor paradise, located in the top half of New Zealand's South Island.
With an unassuming and unpretentious face this small town is home to some truly unique and stunning activities, eateries', outdoor adventures and a large number of amazing accommodation options from back packer & Holiday Park through to 5-star luxury.
Walk New Zealand's longest swing bridge, crossing the beautiful Buller Gorge. View the 4.5-metre-high Whites Creek Faultine—epicentre of the 1929 Murchison earthquake. Try your hand at gold panning, or if you dare fly back high across the Buller river on the high speed Cometline. En route to the West Coast.
Mobile-friendly - Unique bed and breakfast in a beautiful, self-contained log cottage, described by past guests as rustic luxury. Totally private, completely peaceful, suitable for children over five years. Bush and river walks, guided fly-fishing and deer hunting options. Suitable for bed and breakfast stays, or long-term self-contained holiday stays. 50 acres on the bush edge, near Nelson Lakes and Murchison.
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