West Coast Events
Everyone loves a good excuse to get dressed up, spend time with the family, eat some good food, get in shape or just have some fun. For what is considered a small region in terms of population, the West Coast of the Southern Alps, New Zealand hosts some major internationally recognised events. Others are small but really unique and interesting. Why not come and experience a West Coast event yourself? And if you have a favourite costume, you might as well bring it.
Browse the list of West Coast events below for professional sporting and racing, music, family, festival, food, art and performance events and much more.
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The Return of the Westland Petrel Festival has been made to celebrate the Westland Petrel. A bird which returns from South America to Punakaiki once a year to breed.
We have an exciting new event coming to Westport this year suited for everyone. Challenge your strength, endurance and mental attitude in this fun multi challenge obstacle race.
Two Rivers One Lake Jet Boat Event
The Hokitika Mid-Winter Festival is a series of fun community events, celebrating our cool little town in winter - concerts, markets, high tea, christmas trees & much more
Come and join the Christchurch Pops on our first tour of the West Coast. We sing only "popular" music - jazz/blues, gospel, rock, pop...all songs you will know and love to hear.
Come and join the Cch Pops Choir on our first W Coast tour. We sing only "popular" music; jazz/blues, pop, rock...all songs you know and love to hear.
Hokitika is hosting a celebration of the life of great NZ explorer, Charlie Douglas, during Queen's Birthday Weekend in June.
A fun 3 week competition where participants create art using at least 75% recycled content. Includes an art piece and a fashion challenge. The fashion challenge includes 3 categories -
Every spring on the West Coast the spawning native trout rush from the ocean back into the West Coast river systems.
The Westport Whitebait Festival is a not for profit, family friendly, community event being held Friday 21st October 2016 5pm - 9pm
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