Nelson is the oldest city on New Zealand’s South Island, established by European settlers in 1841. The region is a vibrant arts and culture district, and boasts some of the best biking trails in the world. Nelson has some awesome expansive beaches and a sheltered natural harbour. The area is mostly mountains, which outdoor activities a particular thrill. Nelson also features caves and caverns that are some of the deepest and most popular in the Southern Hemisphere. The climate is quite comfortable thanks to its ocean borders - summers are warm and winters mild, making this a desirable vacation spot all year long. Winter does bring its fair share of stores, but with the amount of indoor entertainment options and cultural points of interest, there is plenty of reason to visit during the winter months. From culinary attractions to exciting recreation opportunities, Nelson is a haven for winter adventurers looking for something a little off the beaten path. There’s no better way to see Nelson in the winter time than traveling in the comfort a motorhome. Hire a campervan with Mighway, and let the journey unfold!
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The beach reserve area is a large part of the reason why Nelson is consistently rated as the one of the most desirable places to live in New Zealand.
The beach is excellent for swimming, running or walking. It is also a paradise for stand-up paddle boarders, wind surfers, kite surfers, dog walkers and general sun seekers.
Explore displays of Nelson's heritage and learn the stories of our local people. Visit our businesses and artisans in character buildings. Take a ride on the train and relax at the award winning Founders Brewery Cafe & Bar, set in quaint streets amongst village greens and beautiful well established gardens.
Come down for a tasting tray and view the brewery through the glass walled cafe. Founders Cafe offers a delicious menu that features local ingredients in a family-friendly setting.
Nice Art Gallery right next to the Queens Gardens. Different interesting exhibitions. Worth a visit.
The Station House Motel is a charming accommodation situated in the quiet village of Collingwood, in magical Golden Bay. Enjoy a relaxing stay at our boutique motel, originally the Police Station villa and grounds, where you will find warm Kiwi hospitality and receive individual attention from your hosts, Darren & Sylvie Steel.
We are situated close to The Courthouse café, the beach, the Farewell Spit tour and many stunning walking tracks. We offer comfortable accommodation at very affordable rates. Our small quiet complex offers you self contained motels in our garden setting. Enjoy our guest BBQ courtyard and brick outdoor fireplace.
Tahuna Beach Kiwi Holiday Park and Motel is located 4.5 kilometres from Nelson city centre and adjacent to the long golden sands of Tahunanui Beach.
It covers 54 acres of parkland that has been available for almost nine decades for holidaymakers to enjoy. Today Tahuna Beach Holiday Park offers accommodation that suits every holidaymaker and traveller’s budget – from unpowered campsites to cosy cabins to modern, fully self-contained apartment motel units.
The holiday park’s location gives you direct access to the beach, playing fields and local beachside attractions. On site there are several recreation areas, including beach volleyball court, basketball court, several playgrounds, an 18 hole mini golf course, a fitness track with 14 exercise stations and an outdoor amphitheatre for live music and other events.
Collingwood Holiday Park is a great example of a good rustic Kiwi family experience. Collingwood is a quiet gold rush town, and is Golden Bay’s northernmost settlement. Situated between the sea and Ruataniwha Inlet, the town consists mainly of one street containing a general store, several cafes and galleries, a hairdresser, a pub and a small museum. The town is a base for those interested in the Farewell Spit tours and the Heaphy Track. Also worth seeing are the Devil’s Boots, Historic Langford Store and the wild and wonderful Wharariki Beach and seal colony.
We offer friendly, comfortable surroundings on the front door to Kahurangi National Park, Heaphy Track & Farewell Spit in the beautiful Golden Bay. It is the closest Camp to the Bainham start of the Heaphy Track. Enquire about our Backpacker and Ensuite or Kitchen Cabins, 2 bedroom Bach, powered and non powered sites.
NO PETS BETWEEN 14-29 APRIL (School Holidays/Easter). Please refer to our Pet Policy.
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