See & Do

DM S F Sounds Couple Walk (167)
Hike through lush forests, encounter unique wildlife, and tackle a bike track. Whether you're a nature enthusiast, or a seeker of tranquility, Marlborough offers a diverse array of activities to explore and cherish. Discover your next adventure in Marlborough!
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Lodges and resorts

New Zealand is spoilt for choice when it comes to beautiful walks, but when you find a beautiful walk with beautiful accommodation as well, you are in for a real treat. Whether you’re camping or planning a night of luxury you’re going to love your nights on the track.

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Explore Marlborough

Explore Marlborough run biking and driving wine tours of the Marlborough wine region. Our biking wine tours can be guided or self-guided and are a wonderful way to wine tour with flat, easy biking suitable for all ages and fitness levels.

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Grovetown Lagoon - Te Whanau Hou
Grovetown Lagoon is one of the few natural wetlands remaining on the Wairau Plain.
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Kanuka Trail

The Kanuka Trail is the latest addition to the many mountain bike trails on Picton's Victoria Domain.

Kanuka Track

All See & Do



Get to know Marlborough step by step, via walking tracks to alpine peaks, golden trails on working farms and native bush walks in the Marlborough Sounds.



Mountain bike Marlborough’s epic high country trails and coastal ridges, road bike undulating routes at the edge of the sea, tour on long flat runs through vine-clad valleys or take the whole family biking along one of the region’s many rivers.

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On the Water

Explore 1500km of winding coastline, secluded bays, historic sites, marine reserves and island sanctuaries, fostering kiwi and other native species.

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Queen Charlotte Track

The iconic Queen Charlotte Track, stretching from Ship Cove to Anakiwa, is a journey from past to present, via panoramic ocean views, thriving native bush and encounters with the likes of weka, fantail, wood pigeon and even seals.


Wildlife & Conservation

Endangered kiwi and various native birds including the King Shag thrive on predator-free islands in the Marlborough Sounds, as well as tuatara, gecko and native frogs.


Heritage, Culture & Arts

Marlborough’s rich history runs wide and deep, from the earliest Polynesian settlers on Te Pokohiwi-o-Kupe/Wairau, Bar to the European pioneers who built towns and planted our first grapevines.

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Family friendly

Take the stress out of planning what to do with the whole family, and explore these options that will keep everyone happy. There's a place for everyone here.

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Your Marlborough Winter Guide

Winter in Marlborough promises clear blue skies, high sunshine hours and calm sparkling waters. The wildlife has come out to play, and the fireplaces are lit in the cellar doors. Settle in and we'll help you plan the perfect Winter trip to Marlborough.


Your guide to a Romantic Getaway in Marlborough

Plan your trip with this list of unforgettable activities and exclusive accommodation options that are sure to put butterflies in your stomach, and have you reaching for those Do Not Disturb signs.

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Your guide to a Spring getaway in Marlborough

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