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Greymouth is the largest town in the West Coast region on the South Island of New Zealand, its population accounts for 20% of the West Coast's inhabitants. View other accommodation in West Coast

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$ 110 - 155 per night
Your hosts - the Monk family (Winston and Bernard, along with their mother and late father "Ham") have been in the hotel business at Paroa for over 54 years. - - Our unique hotel (built of stone) offers a licensed restaurant, choice...
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$ 75 - 130 per night
Welcome to Golden Coast Bed & Breakfast established in 1967. Owner, Glad Roche, offers warm, friendly, affordable accommodation set in lovely gardens. Lovely views of Grey River and only 200 metres above TranzAlpine train/bus...
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$ 175 - 235 per night
Rosewood Bed & Breakfast is one of Greymouth's most admired homes, so let Rhonda & Stephan welcome you to their restored 1920's character home that has retained its grand features of wood panelling and leadlight windows....
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$ 120 - 190 per night
Visit the Alpine Rose Motel on the beautiful West Coast. Offering you affordable luxury with 12 superb ground-floor apartments, serviced daily. Studio, 1 and 2-bedroom units, some with spas. Super-king/queen-size beds, fully equipped...
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Rapahoe Beach Motor Camp photo
$ 12 per night
Rapahoe Beach Motor Camp is just 10 minutes north of Greymouth and only 15 minutes south of Punakaiki Rocks. The small park with a great atmosphere. Our camp is set right on Rapahoe beach (a safe swimming beach) with great fishing...
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Monteith's Brewing Co. photo
Monteiths Brewing Company origin is on the West Coast and Monteiths is now New Zealand's leading craft beer. Tours from the historic brewery site enable guests to sample some of the best beers in the world and is a must-do when visiting the coast. Tours are available...
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On Yer Bike photo
On Yer Bike Adventures is now home to the Hagglund! –This is the most extreme way to get off-road on the wild West Coast. - - Set amidst a backdrop of lush West Coast rainforest near Greymouth, brace yourself for the New Zealand Off Road adventure of a...
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Shades of Jade Ltd photo
Check our website for a look at the carvings available at our shop. We provide a certificate of identity for all carvings purchased and this is your guarantee of New Zealand workmanship and New Zealand jade status. We value the opportunity to accept commission...
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Shantytown, West Coast photo
We are one of New Zealand's premier heritage attractions. A faithfully restored 1900's pioneer town, born out of, and stimulated by, the West Coast gold rushes of the 1860s. A living monument to the hardy pioneers who forded the wildly exotic rivers and streams,...
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Wild West Adventures photo
This endorsement applies to Adventure Guiding on the West Coast - Caving - Rafting - Off-road Tours - Trekking. Adventure New Zealand - Adventure specialists for 17 years, operating whitewater rafting, caving, rainforest rafting, guided walks and 4x4 glow-worm...
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Greymouth township and river mouth. Thanks to the Greymouth Rotary Club. Updates every 10 minutes.
The town is located at the mouth of the Grey River. It stands on narrow coastal plains close to the foot of the Southern Alps. In clear weather, Aoraki/Mount Cook can be clearly seen to the south from near the town. The mouth of the river divides the town into three areas: Blaketown, close to the river's mouth on the south bank; Karoro, to the southeast, separated from Blaketown by a series of small lakes; and Cobden, formerly a separate town, on the river's north bank.

It is on State Highway 6, which connects it with Hokitika in the south and Westport in the north. It also stands at the terminus of State Highway 7, which runs through Dobson and Reefton, eventually reaching north Canterbury and Christchurch via Lewis Pass.

The town's major industries include fishing, forestry, and ecotourism, the latter two of these industries holding an uneasy relationship with each other. The Pancake Rocks at Punakaiki, 45 km to the north are a popular local tourist attraction.

Greymouth has a history of coal and gold mining. When the gold industry started to decline, forestry became a new staple industry. Fishing has long been important to the town, despite the fact that the entrance to the Grey River has two notoriously dangerous sandbars.
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