West Coast

Our Greymouth Accommodation is the Perfect Base for Your Travels.

Rapahoe Bay is located 11 kms north of Greymouth on the Coast Road to Westport, a journey named by The Lonely Planet as one of the Ten Best Drives in the World. This ten-minute drive from our NZ camping ground will take you to the Greymouth town centre, home to many shops and activities including historical tours, cave rafting and quad bike tours.

While you’re on the West Coast, make sure you visit some of the many local attractions including...

The Shantytown Heritage Park - Explore the history and stories of real New Zealanders at this recreated gold-rush village just 10kms from Greymouth.

Punakaiki Pancake Rocks and Blowholes - A must-see while touring the West Coast. While visiting these natural wonders, explore the Paparoa National Park with its native rainforest and mountain tops, rugged beaches and coastlines. Punakaiki is only 20minutes drive (about 20 minutes away)

Lake Brunner - As the largest lake in the northwestern side of the South Island, Lake Brunner and its main settlement Moana is a holiday destination in itself. Known for its spectacular views and trout fishing, Lake Brunner is just 31 km southeast of Greymouth and a great day-trip during your stay.

Hokitika - Known for its annual Wild Foods Festival, Hokitika is also home to activities like whitebaiting, fishing, bush walks, kayaking, gold panning, scenic flights and the West Coast Historical Museum.

Westport - The port of Westport offers hiking trails, sights like the Cape Foulwind Seal Colony, and historical landmarks like Charleston, a former gold mining township.

The Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers - The popular Fox and Franz Josef glaciers are slow-moving, massive rivers of ice. Located between Greymouth and the Milford Sound, they are a must-see sightseeing attraction when travelling to the West Coast.

 For more information on things to see and do, visit the West Coast NZ website.

What to See and Do at Rapahoe Bay, Greymouth

Our Greymouth holiday park is located right on Rapahoe Bay – you can even book sites overlooking the beach!

Rapahoe Bay has a beach safe for swimming, with an occasional piece of greenstone to be found amongst the rocks and beautiful pebbles for keen collectors. You can also collect mussels from rocky outcrops at each end of the beach, go surf-casting from the beach or the rocks, view the nearby seal colony or walk the track which leads out to Point Elizabeth, with its magnificent panoramas of this beautiful bay.

Back at the campground, we provide a range of complimentary  facilities and activities, indoor and outdoor games including basketball, volleyball and swing ball.

Talk to Us About Our Greymouth Accommodation Options

We have NZ accommodation options to suit every individual and family – from campsites and caravans to cabins. Read more about our rates, find out about the many complimentary facilities and activities we provide for our guests, or contact us now to make a booking at our Greymouth camping ground.