Springfield (New Zealand)

Springfield is a small town in the foothills of the Torlesse Range on the way to the Craigieburn ski fields and Arthur's Pass. It was an important source of coal for Christchurch and later became an important staging post to service the stage coaches travelling to the West Coast.

Get in

Springfield hosts the last fuel station and garage before Arthur's Pass. Springfield Motors also operates a salvage truck.




There are five cafes.


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