InterCity® operates daily buses from Nelson to Greymouth with fares starting from $1 (+booking fee).  The Nelson to Greymouth bus trip takes approximately 6 hours on a direct service.

Buses to Greymouth depart from outside the Travel Centre 27 Bridge Street, Nelson, and arrive at the Greymouth Railway Station, 164 MacKay Street, Greymouth.  

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About Greymouth

Greymouth is the largest town in the West Coast region and is located on the mouth of the Grey River (hence its very prosaic name!).  In clear weather Aoraki / Mount Cook can be seen to the south from near the town. The town has a long history of gold mining and is also known as a source of pounamu (greenstone).

For additional information on Greymouth visit the official visitor information website: www.westcoasttravel.co.nz

Queenstown is the largest centre in Otago in the south-west of New Zealand's South Island. It also is the famous tourist destination in New Zealand.
There are ranges of thrill-seekers activities you could do in Queenstown such as snowboarding, bungy jumping, sky diving and tramping etc. it also popular with hiking, gondola, ride, spa treatment, wine tasting, gourmet dinning etc. The queenstown winter festival http://www.winterfestival.co.nz/attracts skiers and snowboarders each year during the snow season.

Queenstown is the largest centre in Otago in the south-west of New Zealand's South Island. It also is the famous tourist destination in New Zealand.

There are ranges of thrill-seekers activities you could do in Queenstown such as snowboarding, bungy jumping, sky diving and tramping etc. it also popular with hiking, gondola, ride, spa treatment, wine tasting, gourmet dinning etc. The queenstown winter festival attracts skiers and snowboarders each year during the snow season.