PurePods, various locations

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PurePods, various locations


Discover your own isolated slice of Kiwi paradise. Revel in birdsong by day, and by night explore the stars of the southern sky from the comfort of your luxurious bed.

PurePods showcase an exclusive and unique concept of accommodation, offering an almost all-glass unit so you can see everything and completely immerse yourself in the surrounding natural landscape. Pull back the sliding doors on all three sides of your unit and indulge in the isolation around you.

At night you’ll sleep with the Southern Cross and millions of other stars and by day you’ll be surrounded by dramatic natural landscapes with your own slice of pure New Zealand native bush literally on the doorstep. Leave the world behind, relax and let nature refuel your soul: there are no neighbours, no television or internet, and mobile signal is patchy. Switch off and immerse yourself in New Zealand’s natural beauty.

PurePod Features:

  • Isolated location
  • Environmentally friendly
  • 360-degree views
  • Bio-fuel fire for when it’s cold
  • Doors open pod up for when it’s warm
  • Cooking and kitchen facilities
  • Binoculars and a bluetooth speaker for music are provided
  • No plugs, but there is a USB charger
  • Linen, towels and soap are provided
  • Clean drinking water, tea and coffee
  • Local food can be delivered
  • No WiFi, TV, parking or hair dryer (by design)

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Choose your PurePod from one of 13 secluded locations:


Greystone PurePod: situated above an organic winery in Waipara with sweeping views of the Waipara Valley, less than an hour’s drive north of Christchurch

Pōhue PurePod: offers beautiful views of the historic Port Levy bay, on the Banks Peninsula just 1 hour from Christchurch, surrounded by rolling hills and magnificent rocky outcrops

Atatū PurePod: perched high above the coastline on an historic Greta Valley sheep farm, 90 minutes north-east of Christchurch, with sweeping sea views and stunning sunrises

Korimako PurePod: also 90 minutes north-east of Christchurch, nestled into native bush on Greta Valley sheep farm, with beautiful views across the bay below

Kahutara PurePod: located high above the Kahutara River with stunning views of the Seaward Kaikoura mountain range, the Kahutara PurePod is just 20 minutes inland from Kaikoura, 2.5 hours drive from Christchurch

Manakau PurePod: also 20 minutes inland from Kaikoura, 2.5 hours drive from Christchurch, offering vast views of the beautiful countryside and the Seaward Kaikoura mountain range

Haurapa PurePod: situated above Cromwell on the shores of Lake Dunstan, offering spectacular views of the Pisa mountain range, just 1 hour drive east of Queenstown and Wānaka

Tāima PurePod: also located above Cromwell, surrounded by rugged landscapes and beautiful mountain views with incredible sunsets

Hananui PurePod: nestled amongst native bush in an eco-sanctuary on the stunning Rakiura Stewart Island, part of the southern-most Dark Sky Reserve

Tokoeka PurePod: also located within an eco-sanctuary on stunning Rakiura Stewart Island, offering the chance to witness kiwis and other birdlife


Rewarewa PurePod: situated in Helensville overlooking a protected bird corridor with spectacular sunsets, only a 40 minute drive from downtown Auckland

Ruru PurePod: nestled amidst mountains and farmland of the Coromandel district with sweeping views of Mt Karangahake and the stunning Katangahake Gorge, 1.5 hours drive from Auckland

Mākoha PurePod: just a 10-minute drive from Kerikeri, within easy reach of the Bay of Islands, Mākoha PurePod is nestled amongst towering kauri trees filled with native birdsong and offers the chance to spot kiwi in the wild

Pāmu PurePod: Pāmu sits in the heart of 350 acres of lush farmland only a 10-minute drive from the geothermal and cultural city of Rotorua

Kokomea PurePod: Kokomea sits proudly on a grapevine nursery high above the Kāpiti Coast, just 1 hour north of Wellington, with views over the water to Kāpiti Island