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Hanmer Springs – Stay & Explore ‘Coast to Coast’

Unpack your bags, stay a few days and explore iconic tourist attractions while based in New Zealand’s “Alpine Spa Village”.  Enjoy the wonder of Kaikoura’s marine life, walk in tranquil alpine landscapes, experience a taste of Waipara Valley’s  award-winning wine and food or just totally relax. Back in Hanmer, enjoy world class food & wine while you plan your next  day’s adventure. Relax & recharge in our premium accommodation.

You can do it all from Hanmer Springs!


Kaikoura
Kaikoura

Set stunningly between majestic mountain ranges and the ocean, Kaikoura is one of the most bio-diverse marine environments in the world. Providing visitors with an opportunity to get up close and personal with wildlife including, seals, dolphins and whales. The Maori name Kaikoura translates in English to “Crayfish Food” so it is little wonder that this town is a hotbed for seafood lovers.

Waipara Valley
Waipara Valley

Taste award winning wines and enjoy cuisine including local produce, all within reach of a short drive from Hanmer Springs, stopping for morning or afternoon tea at Cheviot or Waiau on the way. Lunch at a winery restaurant with magnificent views will be a highlight.

Punakaiki / West Coast
Punakaiki / West Coast

Your tour to the blowholes and pancake rocks at Punakaiki takes you through the forest clad mountain scenery of the Lewis Pass, Reefton and the beautiful lower Buller Gorge. Along the west coast route, you pass rainforest on one side and the thundering Pacific Ocean on the other. On your journey, back to Hanmer Springs, stop at the gold mining town of Shantytown, near Greymouth, for a trip back in time, complete with steam train and gold panning.

Hanmer Springs
Hanmer Springs

There’s more to do in Hanmer Springs than can possibly fit in one day, so stay a while and tick off some must-do’s; walk in the bush to a waterfall, rent an electric bike for an assisted ride around town and easy tracks, mountain bike and ride the forest and hill tracks, ride the water slides, have a massage or soak and relax in the natural thermal springs, drive alongside the Clarence river through the iconic St James Station back country or the historic Molesworth station, see the Waiau river up close by jet boat, raft or bungee jump… the list goes on.