One of New Zealand's most well-known walks offers exquisite scenery and native wildlife year round. Check out the September/October issue of Good magazine for more information on the Abel Tasman walk. Here are a few of our favourite pictures.
Photography Abby Lawrence
The sandy Marahua estuary at the beginning of the track. Past this point, the walk quickly heads into native bush full of beech and kanuka.
Between Anchorage and the next hut at Bark Bay there are two track options depending on the tide. The faster route is thorough the tidal estuary of Torrent Bay, although it wasn't the driest!
The suspension bridge across the Falls Rive is an experience in itself
The longest beach section of the walk features Awaroa Beach, which was famously bought back by Kiwis through crowdfunding in 2016. From here you can take a water taxi out.
A stunning loop track with spectacular views in the Whangarei Heads, Northland
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The splendour of nature at Tunnel Beach, Dunedin.