The West Coast region stretches 600 kilometres from north of Karamea and Westport to south of Haast. Constrained by the tempestuous Tasman Sea to the west, and the majestic Southern Alps to the east; the West Coast region of New Zealand is no wider than 70 kilometres at its widest point.
This unique coastline is the place of unusual flora and fauna, alpine mountains, and temperate rainforest to coastal wetlands. See the beautiful red flowers of the Rata, and the yellow flowering Kowhai, nikau palms and podocarp forests.
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