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Cable Bay Adventure Park

194 Cable Bay Rd, Hira RD 1, Nelson 7071, New Zealand, 7071 - View the map

Cable Bay Adventure Park, 15 minutes from Nelson city, is where you can enjoy one of our immensely popular 4-Wheel Motorbike adventures. Ride your own bike or be a passenger on one of the fully-guided tours which range from 1.5-3 hours. Ride across the river, through the native forest and along hillside trails for wonderful views of the surrounding bays.

The Skywire flying-fox ride is unique and thrilling, and the longest flying-fox in the world. Soar 1.6km across a forest valley at speeds up to 100km/h - then return backwards! For something gentler, take a Tour of Discovery in our 4WD van or perhaps relax on one of our Horse Treks. We have rides to suit all abilities. Paintball games and 'Argo' fun rides are also available and our Cafe is open daily..

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+64 3 545 0304

Free phone:
0800 157 300

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