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PARK Golden Bay Tasman Bay
Sounds Mapua Tourism Industry Association New Zealand Department of Conservation Celebrants Association Abel Tasman National Park Kahurangi National Park - photos supplied by John at Kahurangi Guided Walks
  • Abel Tasman National Park

  • Kahurangi National Park - photos supplied by John at Kahurangi Guided Walks

  • Kaiteriteri, Little Kaiteriteri, Split Apple Rock


    Kaiteriteri: This is the access point to the Abel Tasman and not recommended for events during the high season (Dec to Feb) but perfect for simplicity at other times of the year. There is a function room and plenty of accommodation and catering. Terri the Dream Maker lives in Kaiteriteri and is the resident Celebrant with the know-how, know- who person to go to with the required paper work for a legal event in the parks more...

    Little Kaiteriteri

    Little Kaiteriteri: This beach is one of the most popular beaches with easy road access, clean flush toilets facilities and shaded picnic areas. With road access right to the beach we can arrange for a bus to bring and collect guests from the beach. Beach styling and chairs can also easily be delivered and set up. This beach hosts little blue penguin and has been known to have dolphins visiting the bay more...

    Split Apple Rock

    Split Apple Rock: The Iconic granite rock resembling an apple that has been split in half, offers a great opportunity for a unique backdrop to your event and photographs. With road and boat access, we have also landed a helicopter there on the right tide. The Dream Maker has connections with great accommodation opportunities too that walk right onto the beach more...
  • Kina Beach, Tasman

    Kina Beach

    Kina: A very different beach to the Abel Tasman with mostly shingle. The Dream maker have relationships with accommodation providers in walking distance who can hold small receptions and helicopters can land more...


    Tasman: A sweet place, with art and crafts and a few hidden gems for an event. Tasman also hosts the adorable Boot accommodation and the award winning Jester House that is well known for its tame eels and beautiful garden more...
  • Wharariki Beach

    Wharariki beach: With some of the most majestic rock arches and wind swept beaches with access by food or helicopter only but so worth the extra effort or expense. This location has been used by film crews due to its remote unspoilt location more...
  • Westhaven

    Westhaven: The peninsula is surrounded by the Tasman Sea and the Whanganui entrance Inlet is the second largest estuary in the South Island, protected by the Te Tai Tapu Wildlife and Marine Reserve. The Rock forms are unique to the location with the huge Nikau forests more...
  • Motueka Air Field

    Motueka Air Field: We have several exciting options here for a wedding and reception or a honeymoon or corporate activity more...
  • Marble Mountain

    Marble Mountain: The caves offer a perfect bespoke delight for your wedding or event venue or just a stop off of interest. The natural cathedral style cavern creates a glistening atmosphere, you can add to the history in a cave, millions of years old more...
  • Awaroa Bay

    Awaroa Bay: The Dream Maker has a connection with the Lodge and transport providers making this an easy but most magical place to hold a wedding, honeymoon or corporate team building, with many activities available as well as relaxation. Access is by food, boat or helicopter more...