A pick of some of the best things to do in Greymouth and surrounding areas are;
If you are not afraid of heights, this treetop walk lets you explore a native Rimu and Kamahi tree canopy on foot. Take a walk around a purpose-built viewing platform at 47m high and experience a different perspective on the rugged West Coast. With an onsite café, this is a great place to stop and unwind with the sights and sounds of the forest before continuing your West Coast adventure.
This famous New Zealand attraction is one of the most visited places on the West Coast, we don't need to tell you why! If you haven't heard of Pancake Rocks, these natural limestone formations formed 30 million years ago and were raised above sea level by a series of earthquakes. The formations that you see today are a result of sea, wind and rain erosion. Pancake Rocks are just a short drive from Greymouth, this is a must-see for anyone visiting the coast and, best of all, it is free! If all the talk of Pancakes has started your sweet tooth cravings, the Pancake Rocks Café is famous for its pancake stacks! Chocolate Duet or Berries and Cream, anyone?
It wouldn't be the West Coast without some adrenaline-filled muddy adventure! On yer bike is an off-road adventure company, with a fleet of off road machines. They have options for the whole family to enjoy—take a self-drive adventure on quad bikes, or sit back and let the professionals show you how it's done in ex-military vehicles. Check out their tour options to decide your level of thrill-seeking adventure.
Accommodation in Greymouth
When looking for accommodation in Greymouth look no further than Top 10 Holiday Park; with rooms for the whole family, they have you covered. From cabins to luxury apartments, there is something to suit your holiday style and budget. Other options include apartments, hotels and motor camps.
Make your West Coast New Zealand holiday one to remember
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