Kaiteriteri is renown for its golden sandy beaches and family safe swimming. It is a favourite holiday spot for generations of Kiwis and international visitors.
Bordering the Abel Tasman National Park, one of New Zealand’s largest recreational reserves you could not be better positioned to explore one of the great escapes to nature.
If you’re in the mood for some culture, or perhaps taste some of our region’s excellent wines, there are many galleries, cafes and vineyards nearby to tempt your taste.
There are so many things to see and do here, you could be kept busy for months and still not experience it all!
Below is just a small selection of some of the more popular local attractions.
Wilsons Abel Tasman Scenic cruises, guided walks and sea kayaking in the Abel Tasman.
Abel Tasman Sea Shuttles Sceninc cruiese and water taxi services.
Abel Tasman Skydive Tamden skydiving over the Abel Tasman National Park.
Baton Run Horse Trecks Guided back country horse trekking.
Arts and Crafts
Copper Beach Gallery Leading New Zealand artist Jon Gatenby.
Wood Pigeon Studio Studio of John Wolter, mixed metal and steel sculptures.
Up the Garden Path Gallery and cafe in Motueka, with a beautiful garden setting.
Culture and Heritage
Nelson Provincial Museum Showcasing the regions rich heritage.
The Suter Art Gallery Nelson’s leading gallery, complete with theatre and cafe.
World of WearableArt and Classic Cars Museum Home of the world famous WearableArt Show.
For a full list of attractions in the area, visit the Nelson Tasman Visitor Information Centre, or call them on 03 548 2304.