Cape Campbell is a remote and windswept corner of Marlborough most notable for its lighthouse.
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 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.
A significant marine reserve, and site with some of the longest history of fortification in New Zealand
The Marlborough Sounds are a network of drowned valleys at the north-eastern tip of the South Island of New Zealand.
A predator free island in the Marlborough Sounds that is home to some of the world's rarest species.
Port Underwood is the southernmost part of the Marlborough Sounds, with a southern entrance from Cloudy Bay.
Whites Bay is a popular camping and swimming area northeast of Blenheim