Greymouth, on the surface a sleepy and dull town on the West Coast of South Island, New Zealand. But even on a lazy late Saturday afternoon there is a rare beauty to this former gold rush area.

Greymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quietGreymouth, New Zealand is situated on the West coast of the South Island facing the Tasman Sea. 
It is the end station of the Transalpine Train route and the entry to tours up and down the coast.
The Gold rush in the 1800 century was partly forming the town which now on a Sunday seems rather dull and quiet