- Abel Tasman National Park
- Beaches & Bays
Tinline Bay is one of the first beaches visitors will arrive at when walking the Abel Tasman Coastal Track. Just a few kilometres from the Harvey Road carpark, you’ll find a small sandy enclave with a unique landmark.
Although posing a striking resemblance to the Wanaka Tree, the setting in which the Tinline Bay Tree has grown couldn’t be more different. Sitting atop a granite rock, surrounded by gorgeous golden sands and lapped gently by the tides, this small tree stands proudly amongst the coastal environment, sparking curiosity and confusion in onlookers.
There is a small campsite at Tinline Bay with 15 non-powered tent sites.
Photo credit: Kaiteriteri Recreation Reserve.
Abel Tasman Coast Track
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