Located at the Top of the South Island, Nelson Tasman is highly connected to other parts of the country and to the world.
Whether you prefer to take a scenic drive, sit back and relax on a coach, fly with one of our many airlines or catch a ferry from Wellington, there are a variety of transport options available to suit your travel needs.
Nelson Airport is one of the country's busiest regional airports with up to 600 flights in and out per week, direct between seven destinations throughout New Zealand.
Regular Cook Strait ferries provide vehicle and passenger access between Wellington in the North Island and Picton in the South Island.
The Nelson Tasman region is accessible by road from Christchurch, Blenheim, Picton, the West Coast and Murchison.