Marlborough is famous for producing exceptional sauvignon blanc and is responsible for more than 75% of New Zealand’s wine production.
There are over 30 local vineyards around Renwick and Blenheim for wine tasting. Tourists can enjoy food and wine in some of them.
This picturesque park has beautifully tended floral gardens, a 15 m high historic stone clock tower and a memorial fountain, which offers a spectacular multi-coloured display at night. Take time to stroll around the park, or you can even bring a picnic and enjoy the ideal setting that this park offers.
Ancient sunken river valleys filled with the waters of the Pacific Ocean. Forested hills rise steeply from the sea around an intricate coastline of sheltered inlets and sandy bays. The area has three main bodies of water - Queen Charlotte, Kenepuru and Pelorous Sounds. The Department of Conservation manages over 50 reserves in this scenic playground.
Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre presents the outstanding Knights of the Sky exhibition, featuring Sir Peter Jackson’s own collection of WW1 aircraft and artifacts. This story of aviation in the Great War is brought to life in sensational sets created by the internationally acclaimed talent of WingNut Films and Weta Workshop.
Dophin Watching in Picton
Swim with dolphins and view them in their underwater world is the adventure experience of a lifetime and one that you'll never forget.
A dolphin swim & viewing cruise in the sheltered calm waters of the scenic Marlborough Sounds. We'll search for Dusky, Bottlenose, Common, Orca and the rare Hector's dolphins that frequent this amazing area.
Raupō Cafe sits on the banks of the Taylor River in Blenheim. Open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The terrace overlooking the Taylor River is perfect for a relaxing coffee, drink or meal in the warmer months to watch the world float by. For those cooler times, the open fireplace in the restaurant keeps you warm and cosy.