Are you looking for fun, adventure and a place to hang out?
Kina Beach is a beautiful place where families and friends can spend time together. It has room for your entire family to have fun with their friends or just enjoy the water and sun.
Kina Beach is fun, holds interesting things and is a great place to swim or have a picnic. There was once about 20 killer whales 100m off the low tide line, so you might be lucky and get to whale watch to add to the fun.
Kina Beach is a popular place and is attracting people looking for property. There was going to be a huge mansion built right in front of the beach. Until they received such a great amount of complaints that they were forced to stop building. If they had finished the house, the wonderful privacy of Kina would have been lost.
Many years ago, the cliffs of Kina crumbled away and created fun caves for children and revealed a few fossils for adults. Kina also holds other interesting things like colourful stones, interesting shaped wood and who knows what else!
One of the best things about Kina is...
IT’S COMPLETELY FREE!!! That’s right, a day at the beach, a picnic and a swim is completely free! I’ve heard on that one beach, it’s 80 Euros just to sit on the sand!
Tasman has been made a whole lot better because it has a fantastic beach to walk, run, sit, play, picnic, swim and relax on. Collecting things makes hours on end of fun. And is even more fun at home when you get artsy craftsy and create things out of them.
You will find the Kina Area when you turn of the main road from Nelson and follow the mud flats down Kina Beach Rd. When you come to a parking area, you can choose to stop there, or continue down the road until you find a n area on the beach that you like.
So if you’re looking for a place that’s open all year round,is cost free and is heaps of fun, then you’ve found one! Grab a bunch of friends or family and head down to Kina for a fun day on the beach. It doesn’t matter who you are or who you bring, Kina Beach and Cliffs are perfect for anyone and everyone!
Kelly ProsserMapua School