Visit an ancient forest
Take a drive to the beautiful Pelorus Bridge area to see this remnant of towering podacarp forest and understand what this entire area once looked like.
Try Marlborough honey
Try delicious Marlborough honey. Beekeeper Renee de Luca borrows the wine term terroir when talking about her Pūtake Honey, because it is so influenced by land and climate.
Stay amongst the vines
From B&B's to lodges, find a place to stay amongst the vines.
Spot the king shag
Get a glimpse of the king shag, the second rarest bird in the world with a stagnant population of 500-600. The king shags nest near Motuara Island in the Marlborough Sounds.
Lots of Family Fun to be had in Marlborough, from planes and cars, wildlife experiences in Picton and the Marlborough Sounds that even the adults will love!
Journey through WWI
Explore the living history of aircraft at the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre, created by Weta Workshops and Wingnut Films, who also made 'The Lord of the Rings'.Load More