Land remediation update
Now that the Pigeon Valley fire is controlled, we will be working towards remediating damage caused by the fire and equipment used to contain it. Landowners/leaseholders need to initially utilise their insurance cover. Where there is no cover or the cover is insufficient, the next alternative is to ...

Boating and fishing

Tasman District is a boating paradise, but there are some rules to abide by and a need to consider safety.

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Tasman District’s Navigation Safety Bylaw controls all inland waterways and coastal waters up to 12 nautical miles (22.2 kilometres) offshore within Tasman District.

When you ski, sail, motor, jetski, row or paddle any boat in the Tasman District, you are subject to the rules in the bylaw.

More information

Guide to Boating and Water Sports in Tasman District (pdf, 2.2 MB)

View Chart 614 - Tasman Bay LINZ website(external link)

Habourmaster contacts

Find out about recreational fishing, off-limit areas and fishing from wharves and boat ramps.

A number of areas of water around Tasman and Golden Bay are set aside for marine farming.

Marine reserves are areas which are managed to preserve their natural state.

Find out more about getting or renewing a commercial vessel licence.