Wild Rivers Rafting

West Coast
All year round

Plenty of whitewater action on this adventure!

Challenge yourself at the “swim” rapid, then glide through deep pools and lush subtropical rainforest. First rafting trip? No worries! Your guides give you full rafting safety instructions. Marty and Bruce are committed to making your river trip not only safe but also the best you’ll experience. The wild and scenic Buller is a large-volume river with no dams to regulate the flow. The rapid grade 3 to 4 varies with rainfall. Please give them a call a day or two in advance of your booking to check on the river flow.



For more info visit:

Wild Rivers Rafting


Iron Bridge
Upper Buller Gorge Road


0508 467 238


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