Birthday Celebrations in Abel Tasman National Park
Remember the thrill of childhood birthdays? Let us help you relive that excitement.
Celebrate your life!
So much more than a Party! Take a journey through New Zealand's finest coastal National Park.
Get a group of friends and family together for an event that will be shared and remembered for years to come.
Stay at our Beachfront Lodges within the Abel Tasman National Park. Choose from walking, kayaking, scenic boat cruising, or relaxing on the beach. Mix and match the options to suit each day so your celebration can include all ages, abilities and interests. We take care of the details. You switch off and enjoy.
Meet up at our Lodges by the beach. Here, your Hosts welcome you with pre-dinner snacks before serving up an inspired meal accompanied by a selection of drinks from the in-house bar.
3 Day Breaks
Stay one night at each of our Beachfront Lodges, Meadowbank Homestead - Awaroa and Torrent Bay Lodge. They are ideally spaced to experience the length of the spectacular Abel Tasman coast between Kaiteriteri and Marahau.
5 Day Breaks
Stay two nights at each Beachfront Lodge, giving you more time to relax or explore.
Call our party specialists Emma or Bruce now 0800 223 582
or Email to discuss your ideas
The Best 50th Birthday Ever!
There is a tradition in my family to party in style for our 50th birthdays. I had to find an attraction to tempt an international array of relatives to help me celebrate in New Zealand.
My Australian siblings were looking at tropical beaches. Whanau from the northern hemisphere had to be wooed away from exotic and sophisticated locations.
Wilsons Abel Tasman came through with a tailor-made, 3-day party. We were treated to the type of hospitality that makes you feel at home. It's as if I owned a couple of beach houses and a boat on one of the most spectacular coasts in the world. Story-telling featured well into the night, with the occasional stroll on the beach to check out a night sky so clear it seemed like there was more stars than sky.
At the end of the trip, my Aunt asked if we could do it again for her 80th.