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Riverlore Art Gallery
Riverlore Art Gallery is a unique art experience on the Marlborough art trail. Located in the heart of the wine region, visitors can view the award winning work of artist Joanna Dudson Scott. A destination for art lovers and buyers, Riverlore Art Gallery also hosts local artists and crafts people, including Fran Maguire and Venice Langrope.
Brian Badcock Gallery
A highlight of your visit to Blenheim is a visit to Brian's gallery at 22 Leitrim Street.There you can view his richly painted "plein air" paintings of his New Zealand environment.
Millennium Art Gallery
The Millennium Art Gallery presents a high quality, varied programme of regularly changing art exhibitions and events. Come and enjoy art works from Marlborough’s own artists along with art from renowned painters, sculptors, weavers, photographers and other talent from around New Zealand and overseas.
Diversion Gallery
The Diversion Gallery exhibits fine art by leading New Zealand contemporary artists, in a stylish gallery on the waterfront in Picton, Marlborough.
Marlborough Art Society Blenheim
An attractive modern gallery in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand with regular exhibitions featuring local and national artists.
Fit for a Queen
For a taste of real adventure, a walk or cycle along Marlborough's Queen Charlotte Track offers you the experience of a lifetime. Whether you join a tour or go it alone, this is an experience you'll never forget.
Stroll On
A stroll alongside the Taylor River near Blenheim's town centre is easily accessible and is ideal for a gentle and undemanding walk. Take your camera and some bread to feed the ducks.
Kaikoura Magic
With stunning views to snow-capped mountains, the Kaikoura Peninsula Walkway is one of the most popular half-day tracks in New Zealand, passing near a New Zealand fur seal breeding colony.
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