Abel Tasman National Park

The Coast Track

APPLETREE BAY CAMP
15 tent sites for up to 30 campers. Beachside camping, toilet. Water supply - treat, boil or filter water.

According to D'Urville in 1827, Appletree Bay is "...a most agreeable place and more rich in birds than any part of the coast. It is surrounded by an immense and profound forest of easy access."

Early visitors wrote of Maori people living here.

Named by D'Urville "La Grande Plage" (The Big Beach), the origin of the name Appletree Bay is uncertain.

  • Wainui - Waiharakeke
  • Waiharakeke - Mosquito Bay
  • Falls River - Anchorage
  • Te Pukatea Bay - Marahau
Wainui Bay Entrance to Abel Tasman Coast Track Track to Whariwharangi Hut Whariwharangi Hut Whariwharangi Beach
Separation Point Mutton Cove Mutton Cove Camp View of Mutton Cove
Beach at north end of Anapai Bay The Navigator Rock Anapai Bay Totaranui
View from Skinner Point
Harakeke Stream Crossing Awaroa Inlet Awaroa Hut Awaroa Beach
Onetahuti Beach Onetahuti Camp Tonga Quarry Camp Marble blocks
Hill between Tonga Quarry and Bark Bay Bridge, Bark Bay Mossy Waterfall, Bark Bay Bark Bay Hut
Bark Bay Camp Bark Bay Beach Medlands Beach Looking into Mosquito Bay
Falls River Swingbridge View from Falls River Swingbridge Ducks at Torrent Bay Torrent Bay Low Tide Crossing (at high tide)
Torrent Bay Low Tide Crossing (at low tide) Torrent Bay Low Tide Crossing Torrent Bay Camp Track to Cleopatra's Pool
Cleopatra's Pool Torrent Bay High Tide Routey View over The Anchorage Anchorage Beach
Anchorage Beach Anchorage Beach Anchorage Hut Anchorage Camp
Te Pukatea Bay View over Te Pukatea Bay View over Torrent Bay Watering Cove
Astrolabe Roadstead Akersten Bay Camp Akersten Bay Yellow Point Lookout
Stilwell Bay It's The New Seventy... Appletree Bay Coquille bay
Tinline Camp Stu's Lookout Marahau Marahau Shelter