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

The stunning scenery at Lake Rotoiti in the Nelson Lakes National Park changes with the seasons, from the vibrant red ... View details

The dramatically rugged landscapes of Cape Farewell have been carved out by the wild western weather, forming an archway in ... View details

The Mount Robert Circuit undoubtedly offers some of the best views in the Nelson Lakes National Park. ... View details

Founded by an English geologist, Labyrinth Rocks Park is a real-life interpretation of Jurassic Park crossed with a fairytale. ... View details

In the depths of the Nelson Lakes National Park at an altitude of 1650m lay a deep, blue alpine lake. ... 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 Takaka Hill Walkway traverses diverse and rugged terrain, in particular the karst marble outcrops that are characteristic of ‘Real ... View details

The Grampians are a prominent group of hills that form the backdrop to Nelson City. Home to a network of ... View details

A vibrant, passionate creative community call the Nelson Tasman region home, and their artistic talents are showcased across our city, ... 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

Lake Rotoiti is the main access point for many of the walks that dissect the Nelson Lakes National Park, including ... View details