The Kahurangi National Park is home to 570km of tramping tracks, including the Heaphy Track. The Heaphy Track is one ... View details

The Barnicoat Ranges form the impressive backdrop behind Stoke and Richmond, rising steeply to more than 500m elevation for most ... View details

The Maungatapu Circuit begins at the Maitai Dam, near the head of the Maitai Valley. Traversing the mineral belt landscape ... View details

The Riuwaka Resurgence (Te Puna o Riuwaka) is recognised as wahi tapu (a sacred place) by the people of Te ... View details

The Abel Tasman Inland Track is a 41km hike through the heart of the Abel Tasman National Park, spanning approximately ... View details

The Centre of New Zealand is one of Nelson Tasman’s most popular walks. As the central trig point used for ... View details

The Mount Richmond Forest Park comprises most of the steep native forest-covered mountain country between Nelson and Blenheim, forming the ... View details

Takaka and Golden Bay are home to some of Nelson Tasman’s most intriguing landscapes – beaches, limestone outcrops, marble mountains, ... View details

An easy walk along the Tahunanui waterfront offers a tasting platter of Nelson Tasman’s unique history, scenery and cuisine. ... View details

The Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand’s smallest but most popular national park, and the Abel Tasman Coastal Track ... View details

Located in the Mount Richmond Forest Park, Whispering Falls is one of Nelson Tasman’s most charming waterfalls. ... View details

Sir Stanley Whitehead Park is an extension of the track to the Centre of New Zealand. After a short uphill ... View details