Activities

Cleopatras Pools in the Abel Tasman National Park are a series of natural rockpools at the base of the Torrent ... View details

Cape Farewell is the northernmost point of the South Island, and the dramatically sculpted quartz sandstone cliffs that plummet vertically ... View details

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

The centre of New Zealand is the site of the central survey point used for geodetic surveys in the ... View details

The Harwoods Hole track is located in the Canaan Downs Scenic Reserve, near the top of the Takaka Hill. A ... View details

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

The Whanganui Inlet (Westhaven) lays south of Farewell Spit, between Golden Bay and the West Coast, and is home to ... 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

Rawhiti Cave is nestled amongst the hillside of Dry Creek Valley not far from the Takaka township. With one of ... View details

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

The Nelson Tasman region’s only saltwater baths lie on the Motueka foreshore, with spectacular views over the still, glassy waters ... View details

Lake Rotomairewhenua (also referred to as ‘Blue Lake’) is located in the depths of the Nelson Lakes National Park. Translated ... View details

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