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We found great results, but some are outside Abel Tasman National Park. Showing results in neighboring cities.
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Marlborough Sounds Picton 32.4 mi away
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Picton
Sailing, walks, cycling, nature and opportunities to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life
Stunning scenery, water, bush, bird song, quiet, unspoilt, nature at its best.
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#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Abel Tasman National Park
This park would be a biologists delight and just fantastic for all with flora galore and stunning vistas throughout!!
Excellent coastal hike, easy to do, beautiful nature and beaches.
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Abel Tasman National Park
Wainui Bay is about 25 minutes from Takaka township by car, en route to the Abel Tasman National Park and the Totaranui Camping Ground.
Great walk in nature, great that the bridge is updated and now a fabulous cafe at the carpark!!! Try the tumeric chai
Staglands Wildlife Reserve Wellington 27.6 mi away
#1 of 65 Nature & Parks in Wellington
I'd caution those squeamish about animals or nature though - for many parts of the park there aren't barriers so animals can approach at will! Highlights: swing bridge, peacocks at the brook, barn, little guinea p...
We live in Wellington but only visit every 2 or so years as the park is positioned on a very windy long drive up into the hills north of Upper Hutt..it really is worth the trip though as Staglands is wonderful for...
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Queen Charlotte Sound Picton 40.8 mi away
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Picton
If you want to relax, enjoy nature or go for a drive it's perfect.
We then arrived at Anakewa which we experienced a coach journey to Blenheim taking in sights such as Pollard Park, Havelock and beautiful wine country.
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ZEALANDIA Sanctuary Wellington 1.2 mi away
#2 of 65 Nature & Parks in Wellington
Absolutely beautifully set out sanctuary - many informative and interactive stops throughout the park, a range of paths that allows for flexibility, pram-friendly tracks, great service and food at the café, excell...
Stroll through nature and listen to and see NZs beautiful natural native bush, native birds, giant weta and the ancient tuatara.
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Mount Kaukau Wellington 3.0 mi away
#3 of 65 Nature & Parks in Wellington
There are a number of different tracks up Kaukau - those from Simla Crescent and Clark Street, or from Khandallah Park (car parking at end of Woodmancote Rd) are all well maintained and regularly upgraded although...
We suggest you start at Khandallah and walk past the café which is next to the swimming pool and head through the park to the start of the walk.
#4 of 65 Nature & Parks in Wellington
There are the gentle and instructive Nature and Canopy walks that give the visitor an instructive and easy idea of how New Zealand's land and fauna developed and a lawn by the stream for a picnic or bbq.
It's a retreat from city-life, with options for a relaxed walk, a hike that's a little more serious, or a picnic in one of the sheltered areas beside the stream that runs through the park.
Wellington Botanic Garden Greater Wellington 0.8 mi away
#6 of 126 Nature & Parks in Greater Wellington
Easy walking distance from the city the gardens are a great Wellington attraction.The rose gardens superb and the walks through the park are peaceful and beautiful.Nice activities for the youngsters too.
Around every corner while walking the sealed (mostly) undulating walking tracks is the beauty of nature from grassy picnic spots to wooded areas to magnificent rose gardens to flower gardens of many kinds serenade...
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Matiu / Somes Island Wellington 4.9 mi away
#5 of 65 Nature & Parks in Wellington
The island truly is a hidden gem of Wellington's harbour a DOC managed site with history and nature galore bird and botany it realy is a magic little island.
Walking around in Jurassic Park
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