Cable Bay Walkway
Cable Bay Walkway, Nelson is one of the popular tourist attractions in Nelson. The Cable Bay Walkway, Nelson begins from the Cable Bay, 21 kilometers from the city of Nelson, towards the north. You can reach the Walkway by bus or other types of public transport. The walk offers spectacular views of the Boulder Bank, Kahurangi National Park, Abel Tasman National Park and Nelson City. The Cable Walkway covers the Waimea Basin that stretches between Nelson and Motueka. The basin is landscaped by low hills and plains. Private accommodation is available in the lovely Waimea Basin.
The Christchurch Cathedral, Nelson is one of the favorite haunts of the travelers coming to the city of nelson from different corners of the world. The Christchurch Cathedral, Nelson can be seen standing tall in the upper Trafalgar Street in the city of Nelson. The Christchurch Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral which was established in the year 1851 but at a different site. After a gap of more than a decade it was named as Christchurch Cathedral and came to hold an important position in the city. The length of the Christchurch Cathedral, Nelson is about 58 meters while the width is aboiut27 meters and the long tower is 35 meters in height. The cathedral is so huge that it has the seating arrangement of around 1200 people.
The Golden Bay is situated in Nelson. The Golden Bay in Nelson extends along the coast, till the shores of the beautiful Wharariki beach. Golden Bay, Nelson is surrounded by the Takaka Hill, Abel Tasman National Park and the Kahurangi National Park. On your visit to Golden Bay, Nelson ramble down to the Harwood's Hole and Ngarua Caves situated atop the Takaka Hill. It is fun exploring the caves. Golden Bay, Nelson is dotted with beaches extending from Pohara to the stunning Wharariki Beach. Golden Bay offers the ideal base to go for mountain biking up the Rameka Track and kayaking along the Aorere River.
The Suter Art Gallery
The Suter Art Gallery, Nelson is one of the chief tourist attractions in Nelson which attracts not only the connoisseur of art but also those who appreciate good things. The Suter Art Gallery, was founded by Bishop Suter in 1889. It has an excellent collection of paintings, with works by Woollaston, Gully, Lindauer, Van der Velden, Hodgkins and Richmond. It is only 5 minutes of walking distance from the centre of the city and is easily accessible from different parts of the city as well as the places around it. You can enjoy the Regular Floortalks, Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology Graduation Exhibition, Invited Nelson Artists' Exhibitions, Permanent Collection Shows etc. The Suter Art Gallery in Nelson is a good place where you can spend some quality time with all your near and dear ones.