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Explora Blenheim

Parques y naturaleza en Blenheim

Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“The centre of New Zealand is a 30-60min walk/run at the top of a botanic hill with incredible views of Nelson and is well worth the effort. Excellent for a evening stroll. ”
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Beach
“If you want a break from the Golden Sands then cruise over to Tahunanui Beach for the day. Enjoy open spaces, a little zoo and playgrounds for the children.”
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Parque
“How many city parks have mature giant Sequoias, a formal Victorian rose garden, goose and duck ponds, and a contemplative Chinese garden all rolled into a square block? Some of the plantings date back to the early days of Nelson, including a magnificent Bunya Bunya tree that dominates. Take a quick or leisurely stroll, and all your cares will melt away.”
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General Travel
“Lovely relaxed and beautiful place to wander around, with the bonus of good quality shops and restaurants. Also contains a brewery and a wine tasting place. We visit here often”
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Zoo
“Natureland is the primary wildlife rehabilitation place for native species in the top of the South Island. Great place to take children. You can wander round at your leisure then relax while the children play. On your way around the zoo you will see a variety of animals, you can pat some of the more friendly ones and feed others as part of the experience. Check the website out for current pricing. Last known cost was; Adult $12.00 Child (2-13yrs) $6.00 Under 2 $FREE Its open 364 days a year! 9.30am – 4.30pm (last entry 3.45pm)”
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Parque
“it's close to the longhouse - great 45-60 minute loop walk mountain bike trails ”
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Parque
“One of the many mountain biking trails in Nelson. Come and see me for other MTB tips!”
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Parque
“Ten minutes' walk from town, this 25-hectare park boasts beautiful blooming and scented gardens, a playground, tennis courts, croquet and a nine-hole golf course. It's pretty as a picture when lit up on summer evenings. Five minutes away, on the way to or from town, is the extensive Taylor River Reserve, a lovely place for a stroll.”
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Parque
“A historic house with beautiful grounds and a cafe. On Thursday nights, through the summer, an evening market well worth a visit.”
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Parque
“The closest wildlife sanctuary to Picton. Accessible by water taxi. Free to enter. Check out the eastern side for old growth forest. Amazing views from the lookout. Take a picnic and relax.”
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Parque
“There is a map at the start of the many entrances. The closest entrance to the track from this AirBnB is 12min away through a residential area full of historical homes at the end of Collingwood Street. A moderately hard walk up through the hills that form Nelson's backdrop. The Grampians are the big rolling hills behind Nelson, with pockets of regenerating native vegetation and exotic trees. Time: 45 - 70 minute walk (longer options available)”
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Campground
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Parque
“I often find I have the lovely Japanese gardens all to myself when I visit. It's a great spot to take the kids or a nice quiet retreat if you have a spare half hour between activities. ”
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Mirador
“Great view of Pelorus Sound, but can get pretty busy. There is the Link Track which runs up through the bush to this point from the bridge over the river. Some great views back over town and of the Richmond Ranges”
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Campground
“Beautiful camp/park with a cafe and activities for the kids. Fantastic place to meet new people and explore.”
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