Nestled under the western shoulder of Kahurangi National Park.
Mokihinui is a small coastal settlement on New Zealand’s West Coast in the South Island, about 40km north of Westport. It is situated between the sea and the foothills of the Glasgow Range and State Highway 67 passes through Mokihinui just before reaching its northern end on the other side of the Mokihinui river.
Discover Untouched Beauty
The Mokihinui River is the West Coast’s third largest river which provides wonderful wilderness fishing for a large head of fish that can reach trophy size. This is one of the countries top wilderness rivers and has good fishing throughout its length though most popular are the two upper branches.
Our famous walking tracks take those keen to explore them right into the heart of our history.
Mokihinui and the Northern Buller area is part of New Zealand that you will remember long after your stay is over. Separated from the rest of the island by vast mountain ranges, Northern Buller is renowned for beautiful rugged coastline, shallow landfall, and spectacular bush clad mountains.
A Unique Destination
The unique location of our facilities provides access to Whitebaiting, Trout, Kahawai, and Herring fishing in the bordering river; and surfcasting for Rig and Snapper off the beach.
The perfect place to unwind. Light a beach bonfire, toast some marshmallows, and listen to the waves lapping at your doorstep.
Drop in to The Old Boiler Cafe and Mokihinui Tavern to enjoy our friendly country atmosphere, or takeaway and enjoy the outdoors at the nearby beach or picnic spot.