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Blenheim () (Māori: Waiharakeke) is the most populous town in the region of Marlborough, in the north east of the South Island of New Zealand. It has an urban population of 31,300 (June 2017). The surrounding area is well known as the centre of New Zealand's wine industry. It enjoys one of New Zealand's sunniest climates, with hot, relatively dry summers and cool, crisp winters. Blenheim is named after the Battle of Blenheim (1704), where troops led by John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough defeated a combined French and Bavarian force.

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Barbie
$50 / Day

Barbie

Blenheim, Marlborough

Sleeps 2
Length 6m
Toilet

Sells' Sanctuary
$300 / Day

Sells' Sanctuary

Blenheim, Marlborough

Sleeps 5
Length 6m
Toilet
Shower

Hame fae Hame
$206.25 / Day

Hame fae Hame

Blenheim, Marlborough

Sleeps 6
Length 7.4m
Toilet
Shower

Nissan Vanette
$320 / Day

Nissan Vanette

Picton, Marlborough

Sleeps 3
Length 7m

Te ora
$100 / Day

Te ora

Picton, Marlborough

Sleeps 2
Length 7m
Toilet
Shower

Places to Visit near Blenheim


Bubbly Grape Wine Tours

Marlborough wineries are world famous, producing delicious, internationally recognised wines. Let us drive you around the Marlborough wineries to try some of the amazing tastes that come from this gorgeous region. We aim to make our groups smaller, giving you the best most personal experience possible. We care about you and making your time with us memorable.

Join your hosts – as “Effervescent as Champagne” – tasting the full range of varieties of Marlborough wines that the region has to offer, while also learning interesting things about wine production and the local area, seeing some unique architecture and views, and meeting some fantastic people. We can pick you up from Blenheim or Picton. There’s something for everyone!

Marlborough Elite Tours

Marlborough Elite Tours was born in 2009 to fill a gap in the local tourism market by catering to those who wanted a more luxurious approach to exploring the region. It is locally owned and operated by Fay and Brent Silcock.

Both Fay and Brent grew up in Marlborough - New Zealand’s premier wine region. They have been involved in the Wine Industry for many years and both have wine diplomas. They also have an extensive knowledge of Marlborough and the South Island.

They are passionate about the region’s many attractions, from the amazing sea life and scenery of Kaikoura and the beautiful Marlborough Sounds, to the wineries, olive groves and artisans of Marlborough and Nelson. Together they have extensive knowledge to exceed your luxury touring expectations.

Marlborough Farming Museum

Marlborough Farming Museum, situated at Brayshaw Heritage Park in Blenheim New Zealand, is a unique experience. Not only does it have one of the largest publicly owned collections in the Southern Hemisphere but it also houses a number of truly unique exhibits.

The Marlborough Vintage and Farm Machinery Society Incorporated is a registered charity dedicated to the preservation of Marlborough's rural heritage. The museum is open to the public every day 10:00am - 3:00pm.

Millennium Art Gallery

Come and enjoy art works from Marlborough’s own artists along with art from renowned painters, sculptors, weavers, photographers and other talent from around New Zealand and overseas.

The gallery is located in the centre of Blenheim, opposite Seymour Square right beside the Marlborough District Council.

Recipes On The Road: Blenheim

Our 5th episode presents Blenheim, famous for its delicious cuisine and beautiful sauvignon blanc. So, let head chef Fran, from the Vines Village Cafe, show you how to create Blenheim's Cloudy Bay clams with spaghetti using fresh produce from the region.

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Campgrounds and Parks near Blenheim


Waves Campsite

Your gateway to the Marlborough Sounds. A slice of rural New Zealand, only minutes from Havelock Marina!

Waves Campsite in Havelock is located in the heart of the stunningly beautiful Marlborough region and offer you a perfect stop-over or longer stay.

Being about one hour from the interisland ferry, we are ideally situated for when you land on the South Island and want to clear the port and settle down to prepare for your South Island trip.

Likewise on your return trip back to the North Island, you can stay over with us and then leave to catch your ferry with only a short journey.

Waves Campsite is also a great venue for birthdays, weddings, work parties, events, and more.

Check out our facilities - we are sure you will enjoy your stay with us, and we look forward very much to welcoming you to Waves Campsite Havelock.

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Pinedale Motor Camp

Set among native beech forest this working farmlet has camp sites, powered sites and several cabins.

The beautiful Wakamarina river runs below the camp and offers crystal clear swimming. The area has a long history of gold mining and many claims in the area are still being worked. Walking and mountain bike tracks are located up the valley and also down in the sounds. Glow worms are found around the streams and cliffs at night. Large shared kitchen and recreation room is available. Hot spring feed showers too! BBQ, fire pits and pets make this a unique experience. Children’s playground with swings and a climbing fort is centrally located. Gold pans available for hire.

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