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Enjoy a four-wheel motorbike adventure, ride the unique Skywire flying-fox; experience the Tour of Discovery or take a relaxing horse trek on our 1,600-acre property. We are just 15 minutes from Nelson city and open every day except Christmas Day. Paintball games and 'Argo' fun rides are also available and our cafe is open daily.
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Just 400 metres from the Abel Tasman National Park, beaches, restaurants, cafes, water taxis and kayaking, the Lodge is the perfect base to explore it. Park and walk to everything. Private ensuite timber chalets with all day sun and stunning views. Spa pool, sauna, BBQ, guest kitchen, laundry, room service breakfasts, parking, information & booking service.
Abel Tasman National Park is the smallest national park in the country. It's world famous for its coastal walking track and has many golden sandy beaches. Established in 1942 it is 22,530 hectares in size and the nearest towns are Takaka, Motueka and Kaiteriteri. Tui, bellbirds and pukeko can be seen in this area.
The best place to find information about where you can camp and what procedures to follow is from those who know the area. Ask locals for information, the people at these places are expecting you to call in, they have all the information you need. Lots of information about clean camping and links to regional information.
We would love to have you join us photographing in our unique country. New Zealand is undoubtedly one of the finest photographic destinations in the world, and the incredible diversity of the landscape enthralls even the most seasoned of travellers. Whatever season you want to photograph New Zealand in, we have a tour departure to suit you.
Family Parks is a family of 160+ holiday parks around New Zealand and Australia offering great holidays and picturesque destinations on any budget - whether it be camping, motorhomes, caravanning, or cabin stays - we've got it covered! Join VIP today! Over 75% pet friendly.
Farewell Spit is the longest natural sandbar in the world and can be found at the wild and windswept northernmost point of New Zealand's South Island. The Spit is regarded as a Wetland of International Importance and as such is protected by New Zealand's Department of Conservation. No private access is permitted, although you can join organised tours.
Kahurangi National Park is NZs second largest park and home to the famous Heaphy Track which attracts over 4,000 walkers every year. While there is a range of other tracks to enable you to explore some of the oldest rocks, strangest plants and rarest birds in the country, the park has lots of untracked wilderness with rivers and coastal forests.
If you love hiking, or tramping as it's called in New Zealand, then you will definitely enjoy the Heaphy Track, one of the more remote Great Walks situated in the Kahurangi National Park. Located in the north-west corner of the South Island, the Heaphy Track is the longest of the Great Walks and takes between 4-6 days to complete.
Nestled amongst 12 hectares of tranquil native bush, overlooking the golden sands of Kaiteriteri beach. Right on the doorstep of the popular Abel Tasman National Park as well as the new Kaiteriteri Mountain Bike Park. Enjoy the pool, spas and saunas. Revitalize with our extensive range of spa treatments. For the adventurous, kayaking, mountain biking and canyoning are also available.
Nelson Lakes National Park sits at the top of the South Island at the beginning of the Southern Alps. The lovely alpine lakes of Rotoroa and Rotoiti are at the heart of the area and are surrounded by alpine landscape of rugged peaks and forests. There's a range of easy walks through to advanced tramping routes.
You'll find St Arnaud, the gateway to the Nelson Lakes National Park at the north of New Zealand's South Island about one or two hours drive from Nelson or Blenheim. This park establised in 1956 consists of 102,000 hectares of the northern most Southern Alps including tranquil beech forest, craggy mountains, clear streams and lakes.
Take a look at Kaiteriteri Beach from the motor camp
Get an up to date view of Nelson City from Richmond looking towards Tasman Bay
Check out the latest ski conditions and forecast informationi for Rainbow Ski Area via webcam
View a live timelapse overlooking Rabbit Island, Tasman Bay and the Kahurangi National Park
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