Tourism West Coast

Jim Little
CEO Tourism West Coast
54 Tainui Street

If you are looking for a twist of something different for your next meeting the West Coast has what you are looking for.

Stretching 600km across sub-tropical rainforest in the north to glaciers and majestic landscapes in the south the West Coast offers something for everyone. Only 70km at its widest point there are beach and forest walks to suit all abilities. Enjoy the following activities on the West Coast eco-tourism experiences, caving, rafting, canoeing and kayaking, surfing, jet boating, glacier walks, beer testing, scenic flights, mountain biking, horse treks, boutique shopping, river and sea fishing, gold panning, exploring the old gold, coal mines and ghost towns, jade carving, knife making, kiwi viewing, seal colony, and bush walks.

Start your journey with ‘meetings on the move’ onboard the themed carriages of the TranzAlpine train from Christchurch to Greymouth.

Choose from a range of venues such as;
• The West Coast Events Centre which is situated within the old timey village of Shantytown.

• Monteiths Brewery, reward yourself after your meeting with a Monteiths beer and cider taste test.

• Solid Energy Centre, this fantastic complex has the perfect venues under one roof. Here you can hold small conferences, large meetings,
tradeshows or sporting events.

The West Coast can offer everything needed to reward or provide an incentive those deserving of a relaxing getaway and unforgettable activities. Then they can wake up in 5 star accommodation with a lavish breakfast awaiting. Your options include eco-lodges, hotels, resorts or glamping.

It’s not just the conference venues that provide a twist of something different it’s the whole experience. The local West Coast hospitality can offer anything from a BBQ barn yard shin dig right through to arriving via helicopter, champagne in hand for a round of golf on a course your group can have all to themselves.

Stay Longer - Do More!

Tourism West Coast 
Tourism West Coast 
Tourism West Coast 
Tourism West Coast