Nelson Tasman

Tinline long ago identified the social and economic potential of Nelson Tasman. Today the region is one of the fastest growing residential areas in the country, with a population of 100,000+ and a diverse economy focused on tourism, fishing, primary industry and horticultural production.

The Region at a Glance

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100,000+

Catchment Population

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Sunny

Warm Summers, Mild Winters

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3 Nearby

National Parks

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Fourth

Busiest Airport in NZ

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$343m

Tourism to GDP

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$3.9b

Total GDP

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4%

GDP Growth per Annum

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52,000

Filled Jobs

The Region from Above

The Nelson Tasman region extends from Nelson city to the north, out west across the Waimea Plain to Golden Bay, and south to Nelson Lakes.

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A House Building Hotspot

Plans for local residential growth are in development - over 1,500 new homes are coming onstream within the next 5 years.

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