Greenspaces

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Posted on 05 March 2021

Bringing a gallery into the green

The Nelson Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatu is itself an arts taonga. Established in 1899 as a memorial to the second Bishop of Nelson, Andrew Burn Suter (1830-1895) the gallery has been the centre of Nelson’s fine art community for over 120 years.

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Posted on 12 February 2021

A million shades of green

Tasman District Council is responsible for a substantial geographic area at the top of the South Island - from Murchison to Golden Bay and Nelson Lakes.

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Posted on 12 February 2021

Managing Marlborough on the move

While Marlborough is famous around the world as the home of Sauvignon Blanc, it’s also home to 50,000 inhabitants spread from the intricate bays of the Marlborough Sounds to the townships like Blenheim, extending as far south as the Kaikoura Ranges.

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Posted on 12 February 2021

A multi-sport masterpiece

Saxton Field is the regional multi-sport hub for the Nelson Tasman region, hosting over 20 different sporting codes within 65 hectares of natural park-like surroundings. Owned jointly by Nelson City and Tasman District councils, Saxton Field provides sporting solutions for a regional population of over 150,000 people and experiences large user volumes all year round.

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Posted on 01 February 2021

A smart little city

With just over 50,000 residents, Nelson is a smart little city nestled in the eastern side of Tasman Bay at the top of the South Island.

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