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#1 of 12 Traveller Resources in Canterbury Region
Just traveling to this visitors center on Highway 80 will afford you fantastic views... Lake Pukaki is gorgeous, and what you can see by just walking around the visitors center will astound you.
it was a rainy and windy afternoon, glad we could spent a couple of hours there! the visitor center got tons of history and info on display, very educational!
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#2 of 12 Traveller Resources in Canterbury Region
They are excellent visitor centers for all kinds of activities and information.
Arthur's Pass National Park Visitor Centre Arthur's Pass National Park
#3 of 12 Traveller Resources in Canterbury Region
As the National Park Visitor Information Centre I can only hope that more funding is made available for this fantastic resource for our international visitors to New Zealand.
We were traveling with our tour group to the West Coast of South Island and stopped in to visit Arthur's Pass Visitor Center.
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#4 of 12 Traveller Resources in Canterbury Region
This visitor information center is close to the tram stop and centrally located.
An excellent resource for visitors.
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#7 of 12 Traveller Resources in Canterbury Region
There are 80 of these info centers in NZ.
#8 of 12 Traveller Resources in Canterbury Region
We were able to check in our luggage and visit nearby Antarctica Center before catching our flight.
Not far from town center.
#9 of 12 Traveller Resources in Canterbury Region
This is by far the best visitors center we came across in our recent trip to New Zealand.
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