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Torrent Bay

Torrent Bay
 
   
   
   
   
 
 

THE TURQUOISE waters of the Abel Tasman National Park are very inviting. Most of the land here is national park accessible only by boat or by walking track. There are a couple of small villages along the trail.

Torrent Bay is one of the villages, sitting on a sand spit about five hours walk from civilisation. The mostly holiday homes sit almost invisible nestled in amongst the kanuka scrub on the sand spit.

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06 January 2007

 

Abel Tasman Nat Park

New Zealand

 

40°56'47"S
173°03'05"E

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