WELCOME to the 2022 Summer season. Murchison is your State Highway 6 gateway to Abel Tasman, Nelson, Blenheim, The Sounds, the West Coast and North Canterbury. And we are full of things to do while you are here!
Murchison Information Centre is conveniently located on Waller St, with easy parking next to it. We are your source of information and inspiration for things in and around Murchison. As well as advice, help with bookings and a knowledgeable conversation about the area, we have a carefully selected range of local and New Zealand maps, book, jewellery and gift-ware. So come on in and say “Hi”!
Finding things in Murchison
The website has listings for all the business and services in Murchison. Click the categories in the menu, or use the search function. Go try it… coffee, walks, toilets or takeaways – they are all there!
Opening Hours and Contact
Throughout January, our opening hours are 10am to 2pm most days. In the shoulder period, we may operate short hours and week-days only. We can be contacted anytime through our Facebook page, and will get back to you as soon as we can – click on the bubble!
47 Waller Street, Murchison, 7007
Need more help?
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