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So many great places to visit during your visit here to Nelson, below are a few of our favourites

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Abel Tasman

Abel Tasman National Park is a New Zealand national park located between Golden Bay and Tasman Bay at the north end of the South Island.

It is named after Abel Tasman, who in 1642 became the first European explorer to sight New Zealand and who anchored nearby in Golden Bay.

Known for it's beautiful Golden beaches, lush vegetation and warm weather, making it one of the best places to relax and enjoy New Zealand's beautiful nature.

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Tahunanui Beach

Tahunanui Beach is the main beach in the city of Nelson, New Zealand.

It lies on the shore of Tasman Bay on the northern edge of a peninsula which stretches west from the suburb of Tahunanui.

A very popular beach among visitors & locals alike.

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Rabbit Island

Rabbit Island is a 20 Minute drive from Nelson city and a perfect way to spend part of the day.

The beachfront itself is perfect for picnics and sunbathers. The water is shallow and gets deeper slowly as you go out making it perfect for families. Several miles of soft sand just waiting for sandcastles and mermaids to be built.

Rabbit Island has a maze of Mountain Biking tracks just waiting to be explored.

No matter what you are heading to the Island for there really is something for everyone.

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Natureland Zoo

Natureland is a charity that was founded in 2013 to take over operations of Natureland Zoo in a time of need. As a non-profit and an NGO (non-governmental organisation), they exist to be a community hub to connect people, places, and animals.

Saving wildlife is a team effort, and their staff would like to you to join us as we work to save species. You can donate, volunteer, sponsor, or simply pay them a visit.

With native birds, primates, meerkats, and so many other animals, its a great trip for a family outing.

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