Murchison Motorhome Park offer direct access to the Buller River providing numerous fishing and swimming locations.

After a long day on the road, arrive at our riverside Motorhome Park and relax while enjoying the peaceful surroundings. There is nothing like a refreshing dip in the river, enjoy the deep relaxing pool, or a frolick in the water, this river offers both.

Fun in the river

Riverside Walkway

Take a glass of beer or wine with you and enjoy a soothing stroll through the native bush and down to the Buller river. You can also take a swim or set out your rod and have a go at fishing.

An Abundance of Native Wildlife

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We have a wide range of other activities that you can enjoy including Chip and Putt golf course, Petanque, Volleyball and large outdoor checkers. The Murchison Motorhome Park offers majestic, crystal clear views of the night sky.

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So what to do in the Murchison area?

The Murchison Information Centre is in the centre of town, just 8kms from the park.  It has information on a full range of activities and attractions:

An action packed option for exploring the Buller River is the famous Buller Canyon Jet. 40 mins of thrills, sites and sounds of the Buller from a powerful purpose built jetboat. The Buller Canyon Jet awaits those wanting to explore the river that bit closer.

The Buller Gorge Swingbridge is just a few minutes from Murchison. New Zealand’s longest swingbridge gives access to bush walks, with amazing river views. It is also the starting point for the Buller Canyon Jet.

Even closer to Buller River, Ultimate Descents provides a range of rafting trips, catering for all ages and tastes. From gentle family-style floats to full on whitewater adventures.

Murchison has a selection of cafes, but just 500m from the park is the Red Barn Café and Animal Park. Great food, great coffee.
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Unique in New Zealand, The Natural Flames Experience combines a visit to a special natural phenomenon, with a guided bush walk, and fresh cooked tucker.