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Relax on the deck with a glass of New Zealand wine.
The vast Awaroa Inlet trail crossing point (at low tide!)
Enjoy al fresco dining.
Abel Tasman National Park, a hikers paradise.
Three major inlets breach the trail, cross at low tide.
Exploring by kayak places inaccessible by foot.
Torrent Bay lookout, golden sands derived from granites.
Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand's smallest national park.
No road access to the 19th century Meadowbank Homestead.
Paddling in paradise.
Crystal-clear waters of Tasman Bay.
North east facing, Abel Tasman is nicely protected from the prevailing westerlies.
Retire to your comfortable bed after a pleasant day's walking.
With sheltered waters Abel Tasman is fine for beginner kayakers.
Relax at the beachfront Torrent Bay Lodge.
There are well formed tracks throughout the park.
Tidal rivers cut through the mixed southern beech forest.
Abel Tasman
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