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Where to feed wild eels for free in Hokitika

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6 Things you didn't know about Whitebait

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Māori Language Week: The history of Maruia Springs

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The Southern Alps on the West Coast Of New Zealand provide the perfect backdrop to holiday adventures. 📷Photo by @rachealtrail.nz #WestCoastNZ ⛰🌿🌊
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On Fridays we wear pink. Lake Matheson showing off her world famous reflection of Mt Cook on the West Coast of New Zealand. 📷Photo by @weewaaah #WestCoastNZ ⛰🌿🌊
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Cheeky Kea, the only Alpine parrot in world, right on our doorstep, the West Coast of New Zealand. 📷Photo by @paul_wildlife #WestCoastNZ
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Cycling in the Kahurangi National Park, the northernmost part of the West Cost, New Zealand.🚲 📷Photo by @teambenter #WestCoastNZ ⛰🌿🌊

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Oct. 18, 2018

Tourism Business Success Programme coming to the Coast

The Tourism Business Success Programme will be starting on the West Coast on 17 July 2018.
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Oct. 12, 2018

Where to feed wild eels for free in Hokitika

Exploring Kiwis share their experience of Hokitika and feeding the wild eels.
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Sept. 20, 2018

6 Things you didn't know about Whitebait

Whitebait season has arrived on the West Coast, here are a few things you may not know about this little creature and the season itself:
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Sept. 16, 2018

Māori Language Week: The history of Maruia Springs

To celebrate Māori Language Week we want to share with you the history of Maruia Springs on the West Coast.
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Sept. 15, 2018

Māori Language Week: The history of Jackson's Bay

To celebrate Māori Language Week we want to share with you the history of Jackson's Bay.
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Sept. 14, 2018

Māori Language Week: The Legend of Poutini

To celebrate Māori Language Week, we want to share with you the legend of Poutini, which is why Hokitika is known today as Pounamu/Jade Country.
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