Spotlight on People
Check out what people think of Marlborough as a place to visit, and see their first-hand experiences in one of NZ's sunniest places such as former All-Black Justin Marshall.
Spotlight on Places
Visit places that have been in the spotlight, such as Cape Campbell in the DreamWorks film, The Light Between Oceans.
Karen Walshe Explore Marlborough Food & Wine Tours
“Marlborough has fantastic scenery and you really get to appreciate that as you’re out on your bike and in among the vineyards. It’s often fine and warm and it’s just lovely to be out there."My insider guide to Marlborough
Marlborough sub regions
The Marlborough Sounds is made up of four distinctly different Sounds - Queen Charlotte, Kenepuru, Pelorus, and Mahau, at the top of New Zealand's South Island.
Blenheim, Renwick and Wairau
Marlborough's main town, Blenheim, has great cafes, galleries and shops wrapped up within the picturesque Taylor and Opawa rivers, a short distance to the region's world famous wineries.
Picton and Queen Charlotte Sound
Picton is a beautiful port town, poised at the edge of the Queen Charlotte Sound, and is home to fantastic cafes, restaurants, galleries and specialty shops. Go by boat, bike, car, helicopter or plane to explore the intricate waterways beyond, with island bird sanctuaries, secluded bays, protected wildlife, luxurious resorts and the brilliant Queen Charlotte Track.
Havelock, Pelorus and Kenepuru
Tucked in beside beautiful wetlands, gorgeous native bush, and the magical Kenepuru, Mahau and Pelorus Sounds, lies the Greenshell ™ Mussel capital of the world.
Awatere and Pacific Coastline
Discover expansive vineyards nestled within snow-capped mountains and deep blue ocean. Driving throu