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Pit shop - Abel Tasman
Fun facts about Abel Tasman
Lake Taupo
Although the national park is named after Abel Tasman, he himself has never actually set foot in this area.
Taupo region
New Zealand’s very first Olympic medal was won by Darcy Hadfield. As a schoolboy Hadfield would often row a 14ft clinker dinghy across 35 miles of Tasman. This habit helped him get to the Olympic games where he competed against the world’s best Oarsmen and brought home a bronze in rowing at the 1920 Antwerp Summer Olympics.  

Ancient pohutukawa
There is a rock that looks like pac-man called Split-Apple Rock at Abel Tasman. It can be seen on a scenic kayaking, waka, cruise, boat trip, or via a walking track down to Towers Bay. 
Wellness Workshop - Nutrition

Healthy living with june

Nutrition

With all the diets and fads around it's easy to forget common sense when it comes to nutrition. June will be taking it back to the basics, with the focus being on whole, fresh foods and curbing those sugary cravings. What we put in our bodies determines what we get out, so June will also be taking you through what to eat for weight loss and muscle building, depending on your goals. Don’t worry – you'll still be able to enjoy your treats, but it’s all about learning to enjoy them mindfully and June will teach you how!  

ADVENTURE WORKOUT

Canyoning

Abel Tasman National Park is paradise for the avid outdoorsman - its endless native bush and crystal-blue waters provide the peace, serenity and sense of adventure that many of us crave. Canyoning is another local attraction for the extra-daring outdoor explorer, like you! This pitstop we will be climbing up, under and through natural rock formations, abseiling down walls, plunging into water and shuffling through cracks like this one... You'll need every ounce of energy and fearlessness you've got!

Adventure Workout - Waterfall Spelunking
Land Sailing

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Get social

Get social

Get ready for a creative cook-off this fortnight. Armed with the knowledge of good nutrition and eating fresh, you’ll be raring to go for this social challenge. We want you to cook a delicious, healthy dinner and share your creations on our Facebook Community page. Bonus points if you include the recipe for others to try as well.

You can create a culinary masterpiece that would be worthy of first prize in a cooking show or if hearty home cooking is your thing, show us what brings your whole whanau racing to the dinner table. 

Ready, set, cook!