139 High St, Greymouth 7805 +64 3 768 7586

Greymouth Activities, New Zealand

Greymouth boasts a plethora of activities. For those with adventure in mind, go jet boating, rafting, caving, swim with the rare Hector dolphins or view the fur seals from an Ocean Boat Cruise.

If you prefer something a little more sedate, Greymouth boasts a wide range of art galleries and craft shops, as well as restaurants, cafes and bars for entertainment.

Barrytown Knifemaking

Come and make a knife in our backyard - you'll amaze yourself!

You get to forge your own blade from red hot steel, and complete your knife with native timber handle, brass bolsters and pins.

We start at 9:30 am and finish around 4 pm, with drinks and snacks until around 5 pm. The day starts with a quick run through on safety. The blades are forged and the handle assembled and ground to shape before lunch.

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Barrytown Knifemaking

On yer bike! Adventures

Come and make a knife in our backyard - you'll amaze yourself!

On Yer Bike!, situated in Greymouth on the West Coast of New Zealand, is an off-road adventure company offering fully-guided Quad Bike tours, 2-seater off-road Go-Karts, an 8x8 Argo and more recently the Military hagglund personnel carriers, known as HotTracks! Our awesome tracks are spread out over 300 acres of privately owned and operated farm and native West Coast New Zealand rainforest.

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Barrytown Knifemaking

Monteiths Brewery

Monteith’s has been crafting its family of fine beers for nigh on 150 years, staying true to the authentic process and recipes of the classic beer styles we re-create. Renowned the world over, Monteith’s continues to produce beers that are made to exacting standards and capture the spirit of the world’s most famous beers and, in some cases, forgotten favourites, that are all but forgotten.

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Barrytown Knifemaking

Point Elizabeth Walkway

Access: Southern end starts from the end of North Beach Road / Domett Esplanade (approx 6km from the town centre) or from the Northern end at Rapahoe, sign posted from State Highway 6 (approx 12km from Greymouth).
Walking Time: 3 Hours return (4km one way).
Level: Easy
Features: An interesting coastal/bush walk with good views and a few sites of historic interest along the way.

Truman Track

Access: A few minutes’ (3kms) drive north of Punakaiki you will find the start of the Truman Track. The track begins in dense, pleasant sub-tropical forest where you will find excellent examples of many native New Zealand trees including rata, matai, rimu and nikau palms. Native birds including tui, bellbirds, kereru and weka can be heard and often seen all the way along this track.
Walking Time: 1.5km - 30 mins return
Level: Easy

Coal Creek Falls Track

Access: From Greymouth follow SH6 to Runanga, turn right down Seddon Street and right into Ballance Street. There is a carpark at the end of Ballance Street.
Walking Time: 1 hr return - 3.6 km return
Level: Easy
Features: This track takes you into the Coal Creek Valley and wanders through a mixed beech-podocarp forest ending at the Coal Creek Falls.

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Alpine Rose Motel

139 High Street,
New Zealand

Phone: +64 3 768 7586
Fax: +64 3 768 7587
Freephone (within New Zealand): 0800 266 835

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