Abel Tasman National Park

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Abel Tasman National Park is a wilderness reserve at the north end of New Zealand’s South Island. It’s known for the Abel Tasman Coast Track, a long trail winding over beaches and across ridges between Marahau in the south and Wainui in the north.

The headland at Separation Point is home to New Zealand fur seal colonies. Little blue penguins, bottlenose dolphins and seals inhabit the Tonga Island Marine Reserve.

Address: South Island 7183, New Zealand
Area: 237.1 km²
Read 56 times Last modified on Friday, 23 February 2018 06:01
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