Abel Tasman NP

Another centre of the universe

Abel Tasman National Park is located in Golden Bay and the Nelson area at the top of the South Island and at 22,530 hectares, is New Zealand’s smallest National Park. It is also the most changed national park in New Zealand, having been settled by Europeans and copping the destruction that is traditionally left in their wake. Despite the changes to the environment, this park is a fantastic and beautiful area of this country. Just half an hour from Motueka, with the towns Collingwood, Takaka and Kaiteriteri close by, the park is easily accessible with all the facilities you may need to have great adventures.

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