Spooners Tunnel is one of the key highlights along Tasman’s Great Taste Trail. At 1.4km long, the tunnel is the ... View details

Known as the ‘Peoples Beach’ Awaroa was purchased by New Zealanders back in 2016 as part of an ambitious crowdfunding ... View details

Lake Rotoiti is one of 16 lakes in the Nelson Lakes National Park and is certainly a drawcard for visitors ... View details

Salisbury Falls featured in Peter Jackson’s famous trilogies, and is the film site where Tauriel and Legolas meet before heading ... View details

Whispering Falls is Richmond’s very own hidden gem, set in the Mount Richmond Forest Park. A 2-hour easy return walk ... View details

A short 20-minute stroll through undulating farmland, manuka groves and magnificent coastal forest will take you to the wild and ... View details

The internationally renowned Te Pokohiwi (Boulder Bank) is a natural spit of boulders that shelters Tahunanui and Nelson City from ... View details

At the northern end of Anchorage in the Abel Tasman National Park, you’ll find another of Nelson Tasman’s much-loved (but ... View details

Another of the famous Lord of the Rings film locations can be found at Mount Olympus in the Kahurangi National ... View details

Nestled inbetween Kaiteriteri and Marahau, the gateway towns to the Abel Tasman National Park, Split Apple Rock (Toka Ngawhā) is ... View details

A resurgence is created when a river temporarily goes underground, before emerging again through a cliff face (often at very ... View details

You’ll find a couple of ‘rockstars’ at Watering Cove in the Abel Tasman National Park, these being a gorgeous cave ... View details