Displays at Brunner Mine site

Image: Brian Dobbie | ©

Introduction

Explore the fascinating and family-friendly historic Brunner Mine and enjoy the interactive displays.

Track overview

2 km loop

Walking and tramping

1 hr Easiest: Short walk

Dog access

No dogs

About this track

Description

Allow at least 1 hr to explore this historic site. The walk is approximately 2 km but the site can be explored without walking the full distance.

This was one of the country's earliest industrial sites where coal was mined and coke, firebricks and other products were manufactured from the 1860s until the 1940s. The area is well interpreted with a short walk around the historic coke ovens, brick factory and the remains of tunnel entrances.

Historic information about Brunner Mine.

Getting there

The Brunner Mine site is 11 km east of Greymouth on SH7 and the main carpark is on SH7. It can also be accessed from Taylorville Road which runs between SH6 (2 km north of Greymouth Bridge) and SH7 but parking is limited. Walk across the Brunner Bridge to access both sides of the river.

Contacts

Māwhera / Greymouth Office
Phone:   +64 3 768 0427
Fax:   +64 4 471 1117
Email:   greymouth@doc.govt.nz
Address:   17 High Street
Greymouth 7805
Postal Address:   PO Box 370
Greymouth 7840
Reefton i-SITE Visitor Information Centre
Phone:   +64 3 732 8391
Fax:   +64 4 471 1117
Email:   reefton@i-site.org
Address:   67–69 Broadway
Reefton
Postal Address:   PO Box 100
Reefton 7851
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