Little River Campground

 Little River Campground in beautiful, peaceful Okuti Valley. Private, riverside and bush surrounded sites or more open areas close to the communal kitchen and playground. 18 acres of ancient podocarp forest, boardwalks, giant swing and epic slippery slides. Eco friendly toilets and showers make this a light footprint holiday and we’re dog friendly! All this less than an hour from Christchurch!

Ph 03 325 1014

Okuti Garden Eco-Stay

We are eco-friendly, child friendly and vegetarian friendly. Just friendly, actually! You can stay in a yurt, house truck, earth brick studio or farmhouse, all set out around ponds and streams, fruit and nut trees, meadows, woods and organic vege gardens on the sunny side of the lovely Okuti Valley.

Phone 03 3251 913

Treetops Homestead

Treetops Homestead offers a unique experience for people wanting to come together in a stunning natural setting. The property is nestled in a private garden, and is surrounded by regenerating native forest. It commands stunning views of the Okuti Valley.

Guests can relax on the expansive decks while being entertained by tūī and korimako – bellbird – who come to feed. On the property there are numerous established tracks to explore and places to picnic. or call Barbara on 021 1446178 


The Twisted Ngaio

Stay in Eco style, off the grid luxury accommodation. Enjoy the stunning panoramic views of the Little River landscape. Experience the delights of an operational berry farm.

Contact Vanessa 03 338 4023 or 021 120 1404.



Bernadettes Retreat

Standalone Accommodation, with ensuite bathroom in delightful tree lined Cooptown.
One Super King Bed splits to two singles if required. Extra accommodation in main house if required for families. Airport pickups can be arranged for an extra fee. Free Wi-Fi. Wheelchair access. Evening Meals extra.

For Bookings phone Bernadette 03 3251 154. Mobile 021 257 0592 or email

Te Oka Bay Hut

Set on a working farm basic but comfortable.

Wairewa Homestead

Travel just out of Little River up Western Valley Road and you will find a driveway that sweeps through century-old redwood trees to the majestic Wairewa Homestead. Situated on a 1000 hectare sheep and beef farm.

The bedroom contains its own tea & coffee making facilities along with a small fridge if you should require.

Contact Sue Latham 03 3251 281

MetService Marine
Magnet Bay

Little River Wairewa Community Trust
Sarah Marsh, Trust Manager

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