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Marlborough Coastal Areas

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Cape Campbell

Te Karaka/Cape Campbell is a remote and windswept corner of Marlborough at the southeastern end of Clifford Bay most notable for its lighthouse.

Chetwode Islands

The Chetwode Islands are two predator free islands at the northern entrance to Pelorus Sound in northern Marlborough.

Clifford Bay

Considered but rejected as a possible site for a future inter-island ferry terminal, Clifford Bay is home to a variety of marine species, and some of Marlborough's rarest plants.

Cloudy Bay

Cloudy Bay or Te koko-o-Kupe (Kupe's dredge) is a large bay to the east of the Wairau Plain extending between Rarangi and the Vernon Bluffs.

Islands in Marlborough

Marlborough has a large number of islands, all within the Marlborough Sounds area

Long Island

A significant marine reserve, and site with some of the longest history of fortification in New Zealand

Marlborough Sounds

The Marlborough Sounds are a network of drowned valleys at the north-eastern tip of the South Island of New Zealand.

Maud Island

A predator free island in the Marlborough Sounds that is home to some of the world's rarest species.

Ngāwhatu Kai-ponu / The Brothers

Ngawhatu Kai-ponu / The Brothers are a pair of small rocky islands and surrounding rocks in Cook Strait that are the eastern most point in Marlborough.

Port Underwood

Port Underwood is the southernmost part of the Marlborough Sounds, with a southern entrance from Cloudy Bay.

Tawhitinui and Tarakaipā Islands

Tawhitinui and Tarakaipā Island are two small islands in Tennyson Inlet in the Marlborough Sounds

Tukurehu / Mabel Island

Tukurehu / Mabel Island is a small, bush covered island in Picton Harbour.

Whites Bay

Whites Bay is a popular camping and swimming area northeast of Blenheim