Running successfully since 2008, the 14th Marchfest Craft Beer and Music Festival will be held on the 20th March 2021 at Founders Park in Nelson – New Zealand’s main hop growing region (top of the South Island).Read more
Wed 6 Jan – Sat 6 Feb, 2021 – 9-11pm (movies start at dusk) This summer we change things up a bit for the Summer Movies ki waho by screening some modern classics and continuing on later to connect with Waitangi Day. We hope you enjoy the selection.Read more
Saturday 30 January 2021 7.30pm Jazz in the 21st Century – Nelson Centre of Musical ArtsRead more
Fri, 31 Jan, 6:00 pm – Sat, 1 Feb, 8:30 pm Isel Park, Stoke, Nelson Nelson Summer Shakespeare presents Romeo & Juliet. Bring your picnic and settle in for this outdoor performance of the story of the Bard’s famous lovers.Read more
Thu 30 Jan – Sun 2 Feb 2020 The Nelson Buskers Festival brings award-winning street performers from around the world to our beautiful city Four days of action-packed shows at three different venues!Read more
Nelson, New Zealand
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Nelson Accommodation meets all requirements and budgets from the independent traveller to the more luxury traveller.
What’s Happening in Nelson
The Nelson events calendar has a year round focus from the Summer Festival to the Arts Festival in September. Bars and Clubs provide ample and varied evening entertainment. Live music is often a feature, from informal jazz evenings to classical music concerts at The Nelson School of Music.
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Summer in Nelson
Think sunshine, beaches, seafood, chilled white wine and the Jazz festival. Collingwood street trolley derby is a favourite with young and old.
Winter in Nelson
The Nelson Experience
Interesting and art filled, there are plenty of reasons for the sun to shine in Nelson.
Enjoy the beautiful environment while you get involved with the creative local culture available in small boutique galleries to large open well established galleries, such as the Suter. There are a range of short term workshops available for visitors.
Nelson’s Saturday Outdoor Market is an experience not to be missed to stop for food, jewellery and crafts.
Nelson has a thriving multi cultural cafe culture throughout. Many double up as galleries to display unique local art, there is a thriving Nelson wine industry and a number of boutique breweries, some offering tours and tasting!
Nelson visitors are also known to take advantage of the growing natural health, alternative medicines, and holistic well-being courses and treatments available in the area.