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The pancake rocks in Punakaiki are the most visited natural attraction on the West Coast with good reason, they really do look like pancakes!
To make your experience of New Zealand’s Glacier Country complete, you must see how the power of the colliding Pacific and Australian continental pla…
The West Coast borders Arthur's Pass National Park at the main divide and there is a striking difference between the landscapes on either side.
An adventure truly not for the faint hearted. As the name states, Adventure Caving is full on expedition style caving.
Walks in the Karamea and Kohaihai area in northern West Coast New Zealand.
The Seddonville carpark to Mangatini Falls is approximately a 4 hour round walking trip. Charming Creek walkway mostly follows an historic bush tramw…
PAPAROA GUIDED WALKS New Zealand’s newest Great Walk awaits….
Franz Josef Glacier and Fox Glacier are among the most accessible glaciers in the world.
One of New Zealand’s nine great walks, the Heaphy Track, finishes (or starts, depending on which way you’re heading) at Karamea.
Westland Tai Poutini National Park extends from the highest peaks of the Southern Alps to the Tasman Sea and is split by the Alpine Fault.
The Conservation Story of The West Coast
Kōkako Walk/Cycleway from Haast township threading through bush out onto the stunning Haast Beach