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Marlborough Chamber of Commerce
The Marlborough Chamber of Commerce is the organisation through which business people, professionals and concerned individuals unite to provide leadership, ideas and direction for promoting economic and social growth in the region.
Marlborough Forest Industry Association
The Marlborough Forest Industry Association represents the collective interests of growers, suppliers and businesses and seeks to encourage the development of the forestry resource in the Marlborough region.
Marine Farming Association
The MFA has been set up with the objective to promote, foster, advance, encourage, aid and develop the rights and interests of its members and the marine farming industry in general. Farmers in this area of New Zealand grow approximately 80% of the marine products farmed in New Zealand. The major species include Greenshell mussels and king salmon.
Marlborough District Council
The Marlborough District Council operates as a Unity Authority so combines the functions of both a Regional Council and a Territorial Local Authority.
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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