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Tourism New Zealand is pleased to invite representatives of the New Zealand tourism industry to participate in Tourism New Zealand Virtual Travel Expo ‘21: Reconnect. Re-educate. Re-sell.
Keep up to date with the latest West Coast visitor trends and tourism statistics.
A new way for New Zealand’s tourism industry to connect with the international travel trade, anytime and anywhere, has been announced today at TRENZ Hui 2021.
Travel the length of the West Coast from Queenstown to Nelson. Explore gigantic glaciers, underground worlds, vast sea-swept vistas and internationally recognised national parks.
From ancient forests to gigantic glaciers, explore the wild West Coast in all its awe-inspiring grandeur — stopping at the region’s most famous natural wonders as you go.
The West Coast is the perfect getaway for couples to relax, unwind and explore.
A short break on the West Coast where mountains, wildlife and history meet.
Enjoy the West Coast with a sustainable, eco-friendly approach.
Franz Josef Glacier and Fox Glacier are among the most accessible glaciers in the world.
Lake Brunner is the largest lake in the region with year-round trout fishing.
The Haast region is a lost world that is so spectacular and remote UNESCO awarded it the status of being a "World Heritage" area.
The pancake rocks in Punakaiki are the most visited natural attraction on the West Coast with good reason, they really do look like pancakes!
The spectacularly scenic Northern West Coast region is well known for its rich coal mining history in addition to its abundant unique natural attractions and warm, mild weather.
Reefton, on the Lewis Pass road and near Victoria Conservation Park (NZ's largest), is well worth a stop and its claim to fame is an illuminating one – in 1888 it was the first town in the Southern Hemisphere to have electric streetlights!
The unsurpassed views and mountain reflections from the forested shores of Lake Matheson make this easy walk one of the most popular on the West Coast.