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There is no doubt about it, Marlborough is one of New Zealand's most exciting regions. Not only does Marlborough enjoy the country's best wine and seafood, it also boasts some of the most picturesque areas of the country including the Marlborough Sounds.
Picton Visitor Information Site
Picton New Zealand. Information site, book accommodation, cheap Interislander Ferry, TranzCoastal Train tickets and rental cars. local business reviews and job vacancies coming soon.
Go Marlborough
Go Marlborough is a not-for-profit company set up in 2005 to bring more people in Marlborough more opportunities to be active and enjoy the great outdoor environment the region has to offer.
Havelock, NZ Business Directory
Havelock Marlborough Sounds at the top of the South Island, New Zealand is a great tourist destination with tours, cruises, boat charters, eco boat tour, boat cruise, fishing trips, walking tracks, hiking and sea kayaking.
Activities Marlborough: The Marlborough Activities Directory
From watching the earth’s largest mammal - the whales at Kaikoura, to diving and tramping some of the earth’s most pristine environments, visiting art galleries or sipping fine wine, Marlborough's diversity offers it all.
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Skydive Adventure
Experience the scenic Marlborough Sounds and surrounding Marlborough region. Tandem paragliding is a great way to experience paragliding for the first time. Nearly everyone can go tandem!
Wine Tasting Tours
With over 40 cellar doors in Marlborough to choose from, why not try a winery tour to sample the best Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling and Pinot Noir New Zealand's premier wine growing region has to offer?
In the Cut
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.
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