Westport Nature and Eco Tourism
The port town of Westport is the main town in the north of the West Coast on the South Island of New Zealand. Originally a gold mining town it is now coal mining that keeps the town growing. There are plenty of outdoor activities to do in Westport. Visit the fur seal colony at Cape Foulwind, go caving, rafting or jet boating on the Buller River. If adventure is not for you then take a step back in time at the Coaltown Museum in Westport and see what the town used to be like.
Gentle Annie Seaside Accommodation is located halfway between Westport and Karamea. From secluded houses and lodging surrounded by native bush, overlooking the ocean (set up so that it feels like you're the last on earth), to a seaside campground—kiwi camping as it used to be.
Mobile-friendly - Get your Hire Bikes, hard tail or full suspension, from the people who service and ride bikes. With a good number of full /multi-day rides in and around Westport such as Old Ghost Road , Denniston Plateau, Charming Creek, Heaphy Track, Paparoa and Pike 29 Track. We offer a shuttle service as well as service workshop and Retail shop.
Mobile-friendly - Unique combination of natural landforms, diverse ecosystems and spectacular caves and arches born of a million years of undisturbed isolation. Tucked away in a unique and remote corner of the warm rainforest of the Northern West Coast of New Zealand, near Karamea is the Oparara. Discover this beautiful and special area with us. Booking is essential!
Mobile-friendly - Come and experience surfing at a stunning location on the West Coast of the South Island - Tauranga Bay! This beach provides both first timers with a safe and invigorating environment to learn in as well as providing some world class waves for the more experienced surfers.
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