The Discover Marlborough: The Marlborough Web Directory website is one of the principal entry points for people using the Internet to search for activities, accommodation, business services and investment opportunities in the Marlborough region. This site provides the businesses and organisations in the region with a vehicle to effectively promote their products and services to the wider Internet community.

If you have a website and offer products or services in the Marlborough region, you can have a link on Discover Marlborough. You can also have a link on the directory if you offer products or services which would be of interest to Marlborough businesses or organisations. Links from Discover Marlborough are currently free of charge.

However, we reserve the right to decide the appropriateness of any submission to be included on the Discover Marlborough site and determine which category any submission should be listed under. You will also be asked to display a reciprocal link on your site to Discover Marlborough: The Marlborough Web Directory. We do not list a link without a reciprocal link. Should you remove the reciprocal link, we may remove your link from the directory without notice. Please note that all submissions are checked for accuracy before they are actioned.

To request a link on the Discover Marlborough website, please send an email to the link manager including the link title, the URL, a brief description and the category you would like to be listed in.
Over the Sounds
Experience the thrill of floatplane flying and enjoy the wonder and beauty the Marlborough Sounds region has to offer. Take a sightseeing flight over the Sounds or fly direct to your accommodation.
Cut Through
Discover a hidden slice of Marlborough with a visit to Saw Cut Gorge. Set in the Isolated Hill Scenic Reserve, the narrow gorge, with walls up to 150 metres high, is well worth the three-hour return walk.
Air Magic
Visit the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre where the stories of pioneer aviation heroes of World War One are brought to life by Weta Workshop, who were behind The Lord of The Rings.
It's a Fact...
KAIKOURA LOOKS ON
When Captain James Cook encountered the Kaikoura peninsula he named it "Lookers On" because of his experience with the local Maori. During his circum-navigation of New Zealand in 1770, Cook passed Cape Campbell, sailing south to investigate what lay beyond. On 15 February, his ship was approached by four canoes, in which were 57 Maori. However, they would not talk or trade and returned to land from where they followed the ship's progress south.
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