West Coast Accommodation, NZ
Review Buller Court on Palmerston

Enjoying Your Stay

Buller Court on Palmerston
The Westport Area

Approach Westport from the North - East through the magnificent Buller Gorge and from the South via the breathtaking coast road.

Set at the mouth of the mighty Buller River, Westport lies between the Paparoa Mountains and the Tasman Sea.

Wide, desolate beaches and native bush abounds. Enjoy the magnificent sunsets over the sea.

Buller Court on Palmerston
Enjoy your stay at Buller Court
  • Relax in the garden with a book
  • Barbecue the evening meal in the garden
  • Use our free wifi allowance to catch up on emails
  • Raining? Choose a DVD from our library, visit Coaltown Museum or have a swim at Solid Energy Centre!
  • Let us do your laundry while you enjoy some retail therapy
  • Stroll to caf├ęs, galleries and bars
  • Take a walk through the domain and along the Buller river
  • Arrange a round of golf at Kawateri Links
  • Book a meal at award-winning restaurants

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So many things to do within 10-30mins drive...
  • Visit the seal colony - you'll love it!
  • Ride the Nile River rainforest train
  • Float through a cave on a tube and view glow worms
  • Join the Stockton Mine Tour to see the largest coal mine in NZ, enjoying an off-road adventure along the way.
  • Journey into the historic 1880's Banbury Mine for "The Denniston Experience"
  • Enjoy the great hiking trails in the area
  • Try fishing off the wharf, beaches or river
  • Wander the vast, wild beaches

Buller Court on Palmerston
Make a day of it...
  • The Mackley Tour offers an exciting day into genuine widernesss areas of rugged terrain, river crossings, deep gorges and waterfalls.
  • 45 minutes south takes you to the rainforest walk of Trumans track, to Punakaiki and the blowholes. Afterwards, you can have lunch and a cup of coffee and walk a deserted beach.
  • Head north to Karamea, take the magical walk to the magnificent limestone arches, cisit the caves and try out the first part of the Heapy Track. Unforgettable!