West Coast Free Visitor Attractions
The West Coast is a pristine region with only minimal settler impact being almost entirely as it has been for thousands of years. West Coast Free Visitor Attractions offer a whole range of fun and interesting activities you can do for free. Typical West Coast free visitor attractions include nature walks, landmarks, nature reserves, parks and the must see Pancake Rocks and Blowholes of Punakaiki. more
Make your budget stretch further with West Coast’s free visitor attractions. Discover the West Coast’s overpoweringly beautiful glaciers, rainforests, rugged mountains, thrilling caves, dramatic coastlines and unique wildlife while in the West Coast.
Welcome to Murchison Heli Tours, a place to see all the wonders 'our world' has to offer. Offering a professional helicopter transport operation, specialising in scenic flights and charters, hunting/fishing drops, heli-biking/tramping, kayaking and rafting, commercial operations and flight training. Take a moment to explore the various scenic flights we offer. Fly with us across untouched New Zealand landscapes.
There are many walks for all levels of fitness from 10 minutes to 10 hours. The area features abundant bird life and a variety of wetland and rainforest ecosystems. These unique places are best viewed on one of the many walks close by.
Enjoy the reflective views of the glacier valley and mountains on this easy, accessible walk to a small kettle lake. The lake was formed by ice melting amongst glacial moraine about 200 years ago.
The famous Pancake Rocks and Blowholes are just a 20 minute loop walk from where you park your vehicle on the main highway at Punakaiki. Explore a limestone landscape of pancake-shaped rock formations, blowholes and surge pools on this short walk.
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