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

Kaiteriteri Beach is renowned as the gateway to the Abel Tasman National Park but is also a destination in ... View details

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

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

The Puponga Hilltop Track is the best way to see four of Golden Bay’s most iconic landscapes and is a ... View details

Harwoods Hole is the deepest vertical shaft in New Zealand, but is only accessible by experienced cavers who are familiar ... 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

The Whakatu Coastal Pathway is possibly one of the regions most popular off-road trails, linking the suburb of Stoke with ... View details

The Maitai River Walkway is an off-road, shared pathway that runs adjacent to the Maitai River, and is popular with ... View details

The Maungatapu Circuit begins at the Maitai Dam, near the head of the Maitai Valley. Traversing the mineral belt landscape ... 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 Takaka Hill Walkway traverses diverse and rugged terrain, in particular the karst marble outcrops that are characteristic of ‘Real ... View details