A bustling beach area where you can hire SUPs or learn to kite surf. Great playground for the kids, cafe, go-karts, mini golf and so much more
July 15, 2020
The local hangout. Cafes, paddle boarding, bumper boats, mini golf, go-carts, playground, and on Sunday afternoons there’s train rides.
June 5, 2020
Nelsons famous beach, perfect any time of year. Lovely for a family walk and close to cafes and restaurants
Paul & Betsy
January 23, 2020
Tahunanui Beach is the main beach in the city of Nelson. Expansive local beach with wide sandy expanses, a picturesque winding coastline & a playground. A lovely walk.
January 11, 2020
Relax on the beach, swim in the usually calm waters, talk a walk in the sand, hire a paddle board, take a kite surfing lesson, or play on the playground with the kids. The far end of the beach is great for surfcasting on the right tide and where dogs are allowed. Just a 40min walk along the water…
“The official geographic centre of New Zealand is half way between Nile St Studio and Nelson town centre (though you have to take a detour along a steepish track up a hill to get there. It is well worth the 15-20 min walk as you are rewarded by superb views of Nelson city and port stretching across the Tasman Bay to Mount Arthur ranges (snow capped in winter) and Abel Tasman. If you descend on the Nelson side of the hill, you'll end up on Milton Street where there is an agreeable local pub (the Sprig and Fern). ”
“The birth place of the World of Wearable Art. You will see some historic peices that have beeen created for this show over the years. It is also in conjunction with the Classic Car Museum. Perfect for those who like to see a bit of history ”