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This quiet beachside community south of Greymouth, on the West Coast, is just minutes away from Shantytown, a reconstructed goldrush era town and one of South Island’s most popular attractions. Try your hand at panning for gold or ride the horse-drawn Wells & Fargo coach and the steam train.
Paroa's beach is an ideal spot for an evening stroll and there is fishing, boating and dolphin watching. The breathtaking sunsets are a highlight and, in the distance, the nation’s highest peak, Mount Cook, towers above the sea.

Paroa is handy to all the attractions of the West Coast, with its wild coastline, crystal clear lakes and rivers and lush native rainforest. You can visit the Fox and Franz Josef glaciers, explore the area’s historic goldmining sites and scenic walks, drive north to see the Pancake Rocks and blowholes at Punakaiki, or head south to Greymouth to tour the Monteith’s brewery and journey over the spectacular Southern Alps on the TranzAlpine train.