Explore the spectacular Cape Foulwind Walkway with a seal colony, a lighthouse and big views of mountains and coastline.
Walk through bush lined corridors, past foaming rapids, and over historic railway formations.
Visit the site of what was once New Zealand's largest producing coal mine, and one of the most isolated and difficult mining towns to live in.
Enter an ancient world of limestone arches and caves surrounded by dense rainforest. You'll find New Zealand's largest limestone arch as well as one that may just be the most picturesque.
Lush coastal forest, limestone cliffs and caves, and an absolutely spectacular coastline – all in one national park.
Earn a medal in your own backyard by doing one of these conservation actions at home.