In the Hurunui District there is a little known gem - 'The Gore Bay Tourist Drive' which directs our visitors to the coastal settlement of Gore Bay.
It's 21km in length, your starting point can either be at Domett if heading north (turn to your right at the Mainline Station) or Cheviot if heading south (turn to your left, just after Hammer Hardware). Look for the brown tourist road signs.
Gore Bay is considered to be one of New Zealand's safest surfing beaches and offers a large range of summer houses (also known as cribs or baches) for hire.
There are several walks that head into the bush or along the beach and the sunning Cathedral Cliffs are definitely worth a look.
Heading off the 'beaten track' is where the most fun can be hard, so why not get side tracked along the Gore Bay Tourist Drive.
We have 5 Gore Bay Tourist Drive listings
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Wakatu Holiday Homes
Address: 6 Buxton Place, Gore Bay
"Wakatu" holiday home is approximately 50m from the beach. With a quiet road play area/reserve from the beach. Wakatu is a uniquely designed home featured curved ceilings and roof. The lower floor is a large open plan area overlooking the ocean. The kitc ...
Gore Bay and Buxton Camping Grounds
Address: Gore Bay
Enjoy a unique kiwi family friendly camping experience in the bush clad environment of Gore Bay either as a destination or as a break in your travels. Gore Bay offers a safe swimming and surf beach, several walks and the stunning Cathedral Cliffs.   ...
Cheviot Cycling Routes
Cheviot has a host of cycle trails on offer for both road and mountain bikers. There is stunning coastal scenery, farm roads, hill country and flats. Two cycle races occur during the year - The Lions Kaiwara Classic and the Lions Cheviot Hills Ride.