Coleraine Motel

61 High Street, Greymouth, South Island, New Zealand | Motel
Prices starting from $100.00

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A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991


Up early to catch the shuttle for the 8.15 Transalpine train. (we thought nostalgically about Nana's same trip some 15 years before) Really swish train, almost orient express standards. Eggs Benedict for breakfast as we cruised through the plains. Spectacular views of the snow capped mountains and river as we headed into Arthur's pass. A small helicopter trailed the train for over an hour filming us, ducking and diving and coming in ...

Wild, Wet Westland

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07


... for doing a lamb loin, has a gold and coal mining history, with mines opening as early as the 1870's and some still operating today. A monument on the waterfront honours those coal miners who have died while working in the very dangerous job, some as recently as a 2010 tragedy...a grim statistic is that in New Zealand, over 400 men and boys have lost their lives in coal mining ...

The Cycle of Day and Night

A travel blog entry by journeyer


... it occurred to me how completely dark and quiet it was and how remote our little cabin is and I felt afraid. That’s the suburban and city girl in me. Then my self talk was something like this – there are no snakes in NZ, no bears that might attack, yes there are possums and stoates but they’re not interested in humans, and yes there is the flightless bird called the weka that ...

It's the small things that bring comfort

A travel blog entry by journeyer


... age when it seems as if everything has been explained, nature hangs on to a few mysteries. The Pancake Rocks of Punakaiki are among them. Scientists know the rocks are limestone, formed under the sea 35 million years ago by fragments of marine organisms. What they cannot quite fathom is precisely how the rocks came to be in layers." Mmmm.


Punakaiki and house in the rain forest!

A travel blog entry by stephwelsh


So we've continued on to Punakaiki for a night staying in the middle of the rain forest. We had a few stops between Abel Tasman National Park and here....actually many stops for great scenic views, photo ops, lunches, after-lunches, pre-dinner snacks, grocery's become kind of a running joke how many stops we do but our guide is great letting us get some great photos of the west coast and all of it's beautiful sea views and waterfalls.

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