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Hokitika, New Zealand

Located on the South Island of New Zealand, Hokitika is a township that lies 25 miles (40 km) south of Greymouth. The mouth of the Hokitika River is nearby. Backed by beautiful beaches on one side and mountains on the other, this tropical oasis is the place to relax and take a vacation.

Hokitika Attractions

  • Hokitika Gorge
  • Seaforth Gardens
  • National Kiwi Centre

Hokitika Activities

  • Paddle boat on the Mahinupua waterways
  • Shoot a real gun at Cowboy Paradise
  • Head up to the Rimu Lookout

Hokitika Climate

With its beautiful tropical location, Hokitika is situated among rainforests and wetlands. The precipitation here is extremely high and occurs throughout the year. Hokitika is sunny and the least windy region in the country.

Getting There & Around

Hokitika can be reached by road, rail and air. With road access through the National Park, the World Heritage Mountains and other places, this city is easy to access. By air, there are usually several flights to and from Christchurch International Airport; national connections are also available.

Visitors can get around by train with the TransAlpine. The journey from Christchurch is one of the best train rides visitors will ever take. Buses and cars are available at the airport as well as in the city. Scenic coach and shuttle services also operate daily from Christchurch, Nelson, Glaciers and Picton.

Hotels in Hokitika

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From US$80

1 Beachfront Hotel

4 stars
3.7 / 5 6 reviews

111 Revell Street Map

Includes Breakfast For 2

Offering unique accommodation on the shores of the Tasman Sea and in the heart of Hokitika's arts and crafts centre, Beachfront Hotel makes an ideal base for beachcombing and shopping that are only... More

Beach front hotel
Only stayed one night on our way up from Franz Joseph to Greymouth. Room was nice only problem was getting the luggage up the flights of stairs.
10 Mar 2015
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