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Marlborough

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  • Contained in the north-east portion of the South Island, the Marlborough Region is most famous for incredible wines and the awe-inspiring Marlborough Sounds (you get a taste of the sounds if you catch the inter-islander ferry from Wellington to Picton).

    Considered one of the finest growing regions in the country alongside Otago and Hawke's Bay, the wineries here are not to be missed. The Marlborough Sounds are home to to the famous Queen Charlotte hiking track and D'Urville Island along with hundreds of kilometres of untouched coastline, islands and hidden coves.  

    Alongside visiting the prestigious wineries there are many other great attractions such as great walking and cycling trails. This region is best explored via car although many tours run out of Blenheim even taking you on water based journeys throughout the Marlborough Sounds. Picton is the main port where ferries between here and Wellington run daily to connect the two Islands.

  • 1 Marlborough Sounds
  • 2 Queen Charlotte Track
  • 3 Picton
  • 4 Blenheim
  • 5 D’Urville Island
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Marlborough Sounds

Contained in the north-east portion of the South Island, the Marlborough Region is most famous for incredible wines and the awe-inspiring Marlborough Sounds (you get a taste of the sounds if you catch the inter-islander ferry from Wellington to Picton).

Considered one of the finest growing regions in the country alongside Otago and Hawke's Bay, the wineries here are not to be missed. The Marlborough Sounds are home to to the famous Queen Charlotte hiking track and D'Urville Island along with hundreds of kilometres of untouched coastline, islands and hidden coves.  

Alongside visiting the prestigious wineries there are many other great attractions such as great walking and cycling trails. This region is best explored via car although many tours run out of Blenheim even taking you on water based journeys throughout the Marlborough Sounds. Picton is the main port where ferries between here and Wellington run daily to connect the two Islands.

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Queen Charlotte Track

Contained in the north-east portion of the South Island, the Marlborough Region is most famous for incredible wines and the awe-inspiring Marlborough Sounds (you get a taste of the sounds if you catch the inter-islander ferry from Wellington to Picton).

Considered one of the finest growing regions in the country alongside Otago and Hawke's Bay, the wineries here are not to be missed. The Marlborough Sounds are home to to the famous Queen Charlotte hiking track and D'Urville Island along with hundreds of kilometres of untouched coastline, islands and hidden coves.  

Alongside visiting the prestigious wineries there are many other great attractions such as great walking and cycling trails. This region is best explored via car although many tours run out of Blenheim even taking you on water based journeys throughout the Marlborough Sounds. Picton is the main port where ferries between here and Wellington run daily to connect the two Islands.

 

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Regrettably, our content creator seems to enjoy adventuring more than he does finishing this portion of the website. Nonetheless we are working very hard to convince him to hang up his hiking boots for a few weeks and get this finished. Unfortunately for us, he's a master of bushcraft and has thus far eluded our attempts, however he is very fond of chocolate chip cookies so our current plan involves an incredibly long cookie trail starting at the top of the mountain, leading down to the office door and over to his desk. Once inside we will lock the door (leaving him with a generous stash of cookies and tea of course) and hide the key until he is finished. We are very optimistic for this plan, so please bear with us as we are trying our very best to get this page completed soon.

P.S - If anyone has previous experience in luring rogue adventurers back to the office for a few weeks, please get in touch as we could use some tips and tricks!

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Picton

Contained in the north-east portion of the South Island, the Marlborough Region is most famous for incredible wines and the awe-inspiring Marlborough Sounds (you get a taste of the sounds if you catch the inter-islander ferry from Wellington to Picton).

Considered one of the finest growing regions in the country alongside Otago and Hawke's Bay, the wineries here are not to be missed. The Marlborough Sounds are home to to the famous Queen Charlotte hiking track and D'Urville Island along with hundreds of kilometres of untouched coastline, islands and hidden coves.  

Alongside visiting the prestigious wineries there are many other great attractions such as great walking and cycling trails. This region is best explored via car although many tours run out of Blenheim even taking you on water based journeys throughout the Marlborough Sounds. Picton is the main port where ferries between here and Wellington run daily to connect the two Islands.

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Regrettably, our content creator seems to enjoy adventuring more than he does finishing this portion of the website. Nonetheless we are working very hard to convince him to hang up his hiking boots for a few weeks and get this finished. Unfortunately for us, he's a master of bushcraft and has thus far eluded our attempts, however he is very fond of chocolate chip cookies so our current plan involves an incredibly long cookie trail starting at the top of the mountain, leading down to the office door and over to his desk. Once inside we will lock the door (leaving him with a generous stash of cookies and tea of course) and hide the key until he is finished. We are very optimistic for this plan, so please bear with us as we are trying our very best to get this page completed soon.

P.S - If anyone has previous experience in luring rogue adventurers back to the office for a few weeks, please get in touch as we could use some tips and tricks!

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Blenheim

Contained in the north-east portion of the South Island, the Marlborough Region is most famous for incredible wines and the awe-inspiring Marlborough Sounds (you get a taste of the sounds if you catch the inter-islander ferry from Wellington to Picton).

Considered one of the finest growing regions in the country alongside Otago and Hawke's Bay, the wineries here are not to be missed. The Marlborough Sounds are home to to the famous Queen Charlotte hiking track and D'Urville Island along with hundreds of kilometres of untouched coastline, islands and hidden coves.  

Alongside visiting the prestigious wineries there are many other great attractions such as great walking and cycling trails. This region is best explored via car although many tours run out of Blenheim even taking you on water based journeys throughout the Marlborough Sounds. Picton is the main port where ferries between here and Wellington run daily to connect the two Islands.

Content coming soon

Regrettably, our content creator seems to enjoy adventuring more than he does finishing this portion of the website. Nonetheless we are working very hard to convince him to hang up his hiking boots for a few weeks and get this finished. Unfortunately for us, he's a master of bushcraft and has thus far eluded our attempts, however he is very fond of chocolate chip cookies so our current plan involves an incredibly long cookie trail starting at the top of the mountain, leading down to the office door and over to his desk. Once inside we will lock the door (leaving him with a generous stash of cookies and tea of course) and hide the key until he is finished. We are very optimistic for this plan, so please bear with us as we are trying our very best to get this page completed soon.

P.S - If anyone has previous experience in luring rogue adventurers back to the office for a few weeks, please get in touch as we could use some tips and tricks!

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D’Urville Island

Contained in the north-east portion of the South Island, the Marlborough Region is most famous for incredible wines and the awe-inspiring Marlborough Sounds (you get a taste of the sounds if you catch the inter-islander ferry from Wellington to Picton).

Considered one of the finest growing regions in the country alongside Otago and Hawke's Bay, the wineries here are not to be missed. The Marlborough Sounds are home to to the famous Queen Charlotte hiking track and D'Urville Island along with hundreds of kilometres of untouched coastline, islands and hidden coves.  

Alongside visiting the prestigious wineries there are many other great attractions such as great walking and cycling trails. This region is best explored via car although many tours run out of Blenheim even taking you on water based journeys throughout the Marlborough Sounds. Picton is the main port where ferries between here and Wellington run daily to connect the two Islands.

Content coming soon

Regrettably, our content creator seems to enjoy adventuring more than he does finishing this portion of the website. Nonetheless we are working very hard to convince him to hang up his hiking boots for a few weeks and get this finished. Unfortunately for us, he's a master of bushcraft and has thus far eluded our attempts, however he is very fond of chocolate chip cookies so our current plan involves an incredibly long cookie trail starting at the top of the mountain, leading down to the office door and over to his desk. Once inside we will lock the door (leaving him with a generous stash of cookies and tea of course) and hide the key until he is finished. We are very optimistic for this plan, so please bear with us as we are trying our very best to get this page completed soon.

P.S - If anyone has previous experience in luring rogue adventurers back to the office for a few weeks, please get in touch as we could use some tips and tricks!

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