A large secluded campsite at the site of an old gold mining town. Its sheltered, it has a shelter, picnic areas and BBQ's, you can even take your dog for a walk!
Phone: (03) 756 9100
Phone (intl): +64 3 756 9100
Stafford Dillmanstown Rd, Goldsborough Valley, 17km from Hokitika
15 reviews with the most recent first, showing page 1 of 3.
Jean marc Daubenfeld
Funny with the goldmine. Toilets were clean. Some walks around the campsite.
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$6 per night and if you bring a gold pan and know how to use it you will definitely find some small nuggets in the riverbed.
Really nice spot! Toilets clean. Close to a few nice walking tracks. Bugs weren't too bad either. Would definitely stay again. Good place to stop for the night if heading to Arthur's pass or coming from the pass and don't want to go all the way to Hokitika.
This is how all doc sites should be ! Nice grassed sites with good basic facilities and well signed walks and plenty of birds hopping around .Beautiful spot a bit of a drive down tar seal for a change .
We love to meet travellers on the road and share in some of the freedom. That's why we invite you to come and stay for free at our chill riverside overnight parking area in the Motueka Valley at the top of the South Island.
This spot is a little gem hidden away in the bush and close to Hokitika. It's a DOC site and only cost us $18 for a family of 4 to stay the night. The family enjoyed exploring the area and there are interesting walks located close to the site. The flush toilets look brand new and there are sinks as well but bring a torch to find your way in the dark. The glow worm dell in Hokitika (free) is only a 10 minute drive away and worth a visit. It's like being surrounded by little stars.
Really good toilets and dishwashing sinks. Plus a good shelter, but spot lacked character.