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Abel Tasman Parkmap 273-07R (rolled)
Edition 5 2006
Abel Tasman is a place of sweeping golden beaches, rugged granite headlands, sheltered coves, sandy estuaries, rocky reefs and islands. Although at 22,500 hectares Abel Tasman is New Zealand's smallest national park, it contains an impressive diversity of landforms and ecosystems.
Situated at the top of the South Island of New Zealand, 67 kilometres from Nelson by road, the park separates Golden and Tasman Bays. Its mild climate and high sunshine hours ensure Abel Tasman remains an attractive place to visit at any time of year – truly a park for all seasons.
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