Quinney’s Bush is a popular, back-to-basics adventure camp set in spacious grounds of 10 ha with native trees and safe river swimming. Hosts Mark and Marama Quinney would like to welcome you to Quinney’s Bush, a camp which promotes memorable, traditional family holidays. Conveniently located 52 km from Nelson, 70 km from Murchison and 58 km from Motueka on SH6.
Join Fiona on a one to five day horse trek through Nelson’s untamed back country, located at the top of New Zealand‘s South Island 50 minutes from Abel Tasman National Park. Baton Run Adventures offers an experience well off the beaten track and we’d love to share this corner of the world with you.
Fleecewood is an owner-operated farming business producing top-quality fleeces and processed wool for handcraft use, including spinning, knitting, weaving, felting and dolls’ hair. Would you like to have a go with some aspect of fibreraft? We offer small group, creative woolcraft workshops, classes, and one-on-one mentoring at the farm where you can meet the sheep. Scheduled workshops are designed for visitors to Nelson, but are equally enjoyable for local people.
It’s incredibly satisfying to make something unique with your own hands. At Mahoe Hills you can learn how to make felt from alpaca fibre and other natural fibres or a mosaic from tiles, glass and old crockery. We use local, natural and recycled materials as much as possible. We have regular full-day courses delivered by specialist tutors. Materials and lunch are included.
Four Square Wakefield stocks a comprehensive range of grocery products including freshly baked bread and hot cooked chickens and have some great services too including Lotto, NZ Post and NZATM, all available locally in a friendly clean environment