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What travelers to Greymouth are saying

Overall, i didn't find this area had as much to offer as so many others across the south island. We went to Shantytown ( and did a lot of bushwalks but were left mostly unenthused.
It is what it is 18 Jun 2015
No aircon and no fly screens mean a hot stuffy night.
peter m. 17 Mar 2015

General Information

The West Coast region of New Zealand's South Island has significant natural beauty and a relatively low population density. As a result, with a scant 10,000 people, the town of Greymouth is the de facto capital of the region and home to just under a third of West Coast inhabitants.

As a gateway to the Grey River catchment area and vast Southern Alps, Greymouth is a vital destination in New Zealand. Mount Cook for one, is clearly visible in good weather and points of interest like Lake Brunner, Lake Summer Forest Park and the Pancake Rocks at Paparoa National Park provide peerless recreation and scenic pleasure. Kumara, a gold rush era town some 30 km from Greymouth, is well worth a look. In addition, events like the Greymouth Summer Fair, Wild Foods Festival and Art in the Park help make the town a worthwhile place to visit on the South Island.

Lake Brunner Brunner Mine Industrial Site Point Elizabeth Walkway Kumara Lake Summer Forest Park New Zealand International Film Festival Greymouth Summer Fair Art in the Park Wild Foods Festival King of the Coast Albert's Anklebiters Café Jones's Licensed Café & Bar Frank's Café Station House Café Monteith's Brewery Speight's Ale House Steamers Carvery & Bar

Greymouth has a cool temperate climate, with abundant rainfall throughout the year.

  • Summer (November to February) 10-19°C
  • Fall (March to May) 7-18°C
  • Winter (June to August) 4-12°C
  • Spring (September to October) 6-15°C

Hotels in Greymouth

Recommended hotels

From US$56

1 Kingsgate Hotel Greymouth

3 stars
4.0 / 5 34 reviews

32 Mawhera Quay Map

FREE Wifi Up To 500MB/Day

Conveniently located in the centre of Greymouth, the historic Kingsgate Hotel Greymouth makes for an ideal base with its cosy accommodations suited for any travellers on a relaxed holiday.... More

Very bad
It is the worst hotel I have ever stayed. Bad smell, wet carpet, spider, very dirt beneath beds, torn curtain... It looks like a slum. I do not recommand at all this hotel. Do not hesitate to spend...
30 Nov 2013
From US$66

2 The Ashley Hotel Greymouth

2 stars
4.3 / 5 24 reviews

74 Tasman Street Map

Featuring comfortable accommodations and modern facilities strategically set a few kilometres from the beach, The Ashley Hotel Greymouth makes for a suitable base for travellers in Greymouth. From... More

Fresh air
It would seem that a lot of nz hotel/ motels have no fly screens on the doors/ windows. On a warm night you can't open the windows to allow fresh air in ( bugs and stuff) ....and they have no...
26 Mar 2015
From US$77

3 Paroa Hotel

3 stars
3.3 / 5 4 reviews

508 Main South Road, Paroa, Greymouth Map

With spectacular views of Mount Cook New Zealand's highest mountain, Paroa Hotel provides comfortable accommodation and services in a friendly atmosphere. Travellers can enjoy an evening stroll... More

We have been travelling around New Zealand for two weeks now and our hotel budget is the same in every town, as it is off peak season we are usually able to get a really modern and nice hotel room....
19 Jun 2015
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