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Nelson
Millers Acre Centre
Taha o te Awa
77 Trafalgar Street, Nelson
03-548 2304

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20 Wallace St, Motueka 7120
03-528 6543

Three ways to travel

By Sea

By Sea

Regular Cook Strait ferries provide vehicle and passenger access between Wellington in the North Island and Picton in the South Island. More

By Air

By Air

Air New Zealand, Sounds Air and air2there operate regular flights into and out of Nelson Airport. More

By Road

By Road

The Nelson Tasman region is accessible by road from Christchurch, Blenheim, Picton and Murchison. More

Highlights of the Nelson Tasman region in the top of New Zealand's South Island. Nelson shines with its great outdoor environment. Plenty of hiking, kayaking, cruising and biking options, great seafood, wine, beer, artists and galleries.

Discover Nelson

Bike the Heaphy

Bike the Heaphy

The Heaphy track is a shared track during the mountain bike season between 1 May to 30 September. More

Ski & Snow

Ski & Snow

Enjoy Winter in sunny Nelson, which has great access to winter slopes. Nelson Lakes National Park is home to the Rainbow and Mount Robert Ski fields. More

Win a Weekend!

Win a Weekend!

Come October there are even more enticing reasons to visit, discover and enjoy! Discover the HeART of Nelson this Labour Weekend - we have four fabulous prize trips to be won! More

  1. Get above the bushline

    view more about Murchison, St Arnaud & Nelson Lakes NP

    There are many great tramps in the Nelson Lakes National Park. One of my favourites is the walk from the Lake Rotoiti car park to Bushline Hut. It's an easy one to three hour walk that gets you quickly up above the bushline, where you can access many other tracks and play in the snow in winter.

    David
  2. Involution mountain biking trail

    view more about Nelson & Richmond

    There is a new mountain biking track at the end of Marsden Valley Road called Involution - steady climb zip-zags up through native forest to the ridge line overlooking Monaco and Tasman Bay towards the Mt Arthur ranges. Makes a good half day return walk and is dog friendly - just watch out for bikes on their way down.

    Kerry

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