Welcome to Marlborough, New Zealand
Marlborough is a sparsely populated region in the South Island of New Zealand which is both spectacular for its natural beauty, and important for its contribution to the national economy.
From traditional Māori culture to a variety of contemporary music and drama, Marlborough provides a wide variety of activities for people to be involved in.
Marlborough has a favourable climate and diverse geography, which provide a wide range of outdoor recreation opportunities.
Marlborough is rich in geographical diversity, with outstanding features such as the Marlborough Sounds, and Molesworth.
Marlborough is home to a diversity of native and introduced plant and animal species.
Marlborough has a rich human history, beginning with the moa hunters, to the first European sealers and whalers, to the region's military role during the Second World War.
Marlborough has been the home of various famous and infamous personalities, including scientists, murderers, Māori chieftans, artists, and many more.
Traditionally Marlborough was an agricultural economy but today is renowned for its wines, particularly sauvignon blanc, with other important industries including mussel farming, forestry, aviation and tourism.
An online directory of Marlborough businesses and community organisations. Basic listings are free.
Occasional commentary about issues affecting the Marlborough region. Guest submissions welcome.
Marlborough Web Design
All sizes of web projects
including database, ecommerce
Wind on the Withers
A celebration of Blenheim's iconic Wither Hills through poetry and images