Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland
Just minutes from the "Mud Pool" see a landscape sculptured by volcanic activity. Spectacular colours and unique geothermal features can be seen on well laid out walks. First class facilities at the modern visitor centre - the gateway to a…
Waihi Arts Centre and Museum
Explore the underground mining history of the area. Waihi not only possessed the most productive gold mine in New Zealand, but was also the largest gold mining town in the country and the third largest inland town in New…
Waihi Beach Paradise Resort
Just a 15 minute car drive from the Trail out to Waihi Beach. Modern, comfortable self-contained units, with private outdoor area and just across the road from the beach and close to the village boutique shops and cafes.
Waihi Gold Discovery Centre
The Centre is the hub for all things gold in the Waihi area, and is home to the Waihi Gold Experience and Waihi Gold Mine Tours. Uncover and discover the area's fascinating golden journey that now spans three centuries.
Waikino Station Cafe
Who can resist? The Waikino Station is the perfect place to stop off for lunch. Goldfields Railway operates daily providing passengers with a nostalgic journey between the historic gold mining town of Waihi and the Waikino Station.
Historic sheep and beef station between the Reutaka Ranges and Lake Wairarapa in the cycle trails heart. Offering a variety of excellent self-contained accommodation options: two farm cottages (sleep 2 - 8).
Waipiata Country Hotel
This tastefully refurbished historic hotel features country bar, bistro & formal dining room, outside fireplace, huge sundeck, and private guest lounge. Great for groups and families - Super King, King, queen and twin rooms. Just metres from the Trail.
Waipiata Sky Wonders
A night sky star gazing facility to enable you to have an unbelievably beautiful star gazing experience. Rail Trailers, local families and visitors to the Maniototo can view the night sky through our fabulous Orion Skyquest XX14g GoTo Dobsonian Telescope.
Wairere Boulders Motor Camp
A world unique geological phenomenon. Well marked walking trails take you through the boulder valley and native bush. Stunning bush pool swimming hole. Boulder Caf? offers coffee and cake. Camping and motorhome parking. Located close to Horeke at the end…
Waitangi Mountain Bike Park
The Waitangi Mountain Bike Park offers 30 trails of varying difficulty with great flow and features, from introductory downhill riding, jump trails, cross country and beginner trails. Incredible views, and a great cafe and shuttle service.
Waitangi Treaty Grounds
An award winning cultural heritage attraction and New Zealand's most important historic site. Features Te Kongahu Museum of Waitangi, the Treaty House, the carved Meeting House and the worlds largest ceremonial war canoe. Tours, cultural shows, gift shop and cafe.
Staying at Wedderburn Cottages to experience our wonderful lifestyle, amazing scenery, peace and solitude. We offer 14 en-suited cottages, Homestead for groups & families, 4 x miners huts and camping facilities. Our Red Barn has local info,…
Open year round, the historic Wedderburn Hotel offers a great choice of Central Otago wines, cold beers, great coffee and delicious lunches and a la carte evening meals. Accommodation, available between October and May, includes continental breakfast.
Weka Wilds is nestled in the stunning Pakihi Valley. Warm and comfortable accommodation for up to six people. Try the Weka Wilds Cycle Trail package. Book ahead and enjoy a wood fired oven pizza, made fresh from home-made dough.
Stylish, comfortable accommodation with two outdoor hot baths, barbecue patio area and spectacular views. Dog show, jeep/walking tours and private trail available. A visit to Welcome Rock is remote, exhilarating and unforgettable.
West Coast Scenic Waterways
Take a boat or kayak cruise up one of New Zealand’s highest value wetlands and pioneering waterways, Mahinapua Creek. Capture views of Mt Cook, special wildlife – including kotuku, heritage and reflections along the way. Accommodation and bicycle hire available.
West Coast Treetop Walk and Cafe
Experience life with the birds high in the ancient Rimu and Kamahi tree canopy. View these giant rainforest natives up-close on our easy access steel platform. Refresh with a snack, lunch or full meal in our al fresco cafe.
Westside Rides have a self-contained cottage overlooking the Hokitika River and Southern Alps, offering accommodation, bike hire, guiding and able to arrange other activities e.g kayaking, paddle boat cruises, bush walks, & even exploring some of the fine old hostelries.
Western Bay Museum
The Western Bay Museum is a boutique-sized museum situated in the beautiful Bay of Plenty. We take immense pride in the historical, cultural and artistic stories of our area and strive to present these narratives in fresh and interesting ways.
Western Lake Woolshed
Old woolshed has a fireplace for cooler nights and retains all its working days charm. Open plan comfortably sleeps 8. Walk surrounding farm land for NZ landscapes; lakes, forests and bird-life. Just 30 minutes from Martinborough, Lake Ferry and Greytown!
Westland Industrial Heritage Park
View the park's large collection of historic industrial equipment, including early engines, fire appliances, horse drawn vehicles, tractors, trucks and much more. Meet and chat with the members as they undertake their restoration work. A narrow gauge railway under construction.