Marlborough Vacation Packages
Wellington, the national capital, is situated 75 miles (121 kilometers) east of Marlborough, while Christchurch is 140 miles (225 kilometers) to the south.
For wine lovers, there are few things more pleasurable than sampling the flavors of well-crafted wines while standing upon very soil on which they are created. Whether you’re a visiting or local wine lover, you should head to St Clair Winery and Seresin, two of the most celebrated wine producers in Marlborough. Should you have sufficient time, spending some time at Wairau River and Hunter's Winery will only deepen your appreciation for this region’s fine wine, countryside and people.
Marlborough offers locals and visitors alike a wide selection of outdoor options at its many attractive natural reserves. Mount Richmond, Motuara Island and Mabel Island are among the most popular of these, each with its own unique variety of flora and fauna.
The Picton War Memorial is a quiet place of somber reflection where everyone can pay respects to people who lost their lives in past wars. This significant site is a fascinating window into the proud military history of Marlborough.
Public squares and spaces are the perfect places to feel the pulse of a city; Seymour Square in Marlborough is one of those special places. Bring that someone special and switch off your devices, this square is the place to step off life’s merry go round for a sweet hour or two.
On a sunny day, visit Pollard Park, where you can escape the crowds. Visitors of all ages love to visit here for its pretty botanical displays.
Among the most visited heritage sites in the area is the Edwin Fox. Educational and fascinating, it is well worth a trip. Chat to locals, get some pictures and deepen your knowledge of local history.