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Got a great big group
needing accommodation?

We’ve got two great big lodges!

Two big group-friendly accommodation options

If you’re an adventurous bunch or extended family wanting comfortable affordable accommodation for the exclusive use of your large group, we’ve got you covered!

With two large lodges that are great for groups, just pick your mountain! Adventure Quencher Lodge by Mount Ruapehu and Tongariro, or BBBach by Mount Taranaki at Opunake Beach.

Both properties are surrounded by the best of NZ nature activities for you to enjoy all year round.

Look at our lodges

Adventure Quencher Lodge National Park

Adventure Quencher

Mountainside at National Park

Tongariro Crossing
Mt Ruapehu/Whakapapa skiing and snowboarding
Skywaka gondola
Alpine walks and bike trails
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Biggest Beach Bach Opunake Beach


Surf and Mountain at Opunake

Mt Taranaki
Opunake Beach - swim & surf
Bike trails
In house squash court!
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The best of both worlds all year round

There are loads of winter and summer activities to enjoy in both beautiful locations including walks, hikes and bike trails. Majestic mountains near both properties provide a multitude of opportunities for winter or summer play.

Like the best of baches, both are all set up for any grey days with loads of indoor activities, games and puzzzles to keep all ages busy. So rain or shine - it’ll be fine! Sports gear is also available at BBBach!


Plus, Adventure Quencher Lodge has a cosy fire stocked up with wood while BBBach has a natural gas log burner for winter stays and plenty of hot showers.

Self cater in your own big well-equipped kitchen, or enjoy convenient local cafes and restaurants nearby. 



“We stayed at BBBach late January and it was the coolest place we have stayed in long time. Heaps of room to stretch out. Close to the beach for surf and skate park down the road. Kids loved indoor basketball court.

Awesome lake to run around right on your door step. Sky TV and the most puzzles I have ever seen. Already looking forward to coming back. Thank you Beth and team.”

Daniel Harrington

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