Abel Tasman National Park

The Coast Track

HOW DID BARK BAY GET ITS NAME?
Bark Bay is generally believed to be named after the harvesting of beech bark to make dye for fishing nets and leather. However family history of the current (and last) holiday home residents is that it's named after a bark or barque, which is a three-masted square-rigged sailing ship.

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