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Picturesque Picton

NZ’s South Island ferry point (linking to Wellington across the Marlborough Sounds), Picton is dwarfed by its majestic surrounding countryside. The surrounding valleys – including Essons Valley – were carved by thousands of years of glacial movement. Many have since filled with seawater, yet remain among the main attractions. ... Read more »

Cruising around the Marlborough Sounds makes you feel miniscule, but opens your eyes to the sheer beauty around Picton. Follow the great outdoors into the surrounding Marlborough Wine Region to re-blur your newfound focus. New Zealand is one of the last places on Earth that humans haven’t ruined yet, so go to Picton and make the most of it while you can. Surely someone’s got an idea about how to mine a glacier…

PICTON’S TOP 10

10. The Edwin Fox The oldest surviving merchant ship. She took settlers to NZ – and convicts to Oz!

5. Ecoworld Aquarium Water covers two-thirds of the planet and this aquarium does its best to raise our awareness of the residents of the non-dry bits.

9. Lochmara Lodge Arts Centre Showcasing the best of the local artistic community, the two galleries regularly run workshops on painting and sculpture if you want to get your hands dirty.

4. Lochmara Lodge Marlborough Sounds Wildlife Recovery Centre This animal rescue centre houses what are possibly the cutest babies in the world.

8. Picton Museum Tells the local history from Maori legends to colonisation.

3. Queen Charlotte Sound The best way to view this magnificent sound is on a giant wooden yacht. You’re spoiled for touring options once you reach the dock – so choose wisely.

7. Edwin Fox Maritime Museum The local relationship with the sea is symbiotic at best and destructive at worst. This museum covers the spectrum.

2. Marlborough Sounds Science says glaciers formed this network of sea-drowned valleys, but Maori legend says that it was made by the gods and the waves are caused by un-dead canoes. You decide which version you prefer…

6. Picton Sound Bet you didn’t know that a geographical sound is created by thousands of years of glacial movement. This is the smallest in the area.

1. Queen Charlotte Track Runs 72km through lush coastal forest, past rugged coastal bays and up high ridges.

PICTON EVENTS

Blues, Brews and BBQs in February features local and international jazz and blues performers, plus lots of food and grog.

March’s Havelock Mussel Festival boasts mussel tastings, mussel competitions and mussel boat displays. If you love the slimy cousin of the oyster, you’ll be in heaven.

Sampling the food and wine of this beautiful region for two days is not the hardest thing you’ll do this trip during the Picton Spring fest in September.

If you’re keen to try over 187 wines with more than 300 other wine lovers, don’t miss November’s Marlborough Wine Weekend.

WHEN TO GO

  • New Zealand families usually holiday between December and January, so expect prices to jump and everywhere to be a little crowded.

· Autumn is extremely pleasant, with rain fleeting and the sun in full shining mode.

· Between June and August is an amazing time to visit Picton.

GETTING AROUND

  • Picton is small enough to explore by foot, with all restaurants and pubs within easy stumbling distance from the main hotel area.

· Renting a car is the best way to explore the South Island of New Zealand.

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Park Regis Picton
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25 Waikawa Road Marlborough Picton 7220

Offering comfortable accommodations with Marlborough Sounds views, Park Regis Picton makes for a suitable base for tra... More hotel details

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The Moorings on Marlborough
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25 Waikawa Road 7220

Featuring modern and tastefully designed accommodations, The Moorings on Marlborough creates a tranquil haven for vaca... More hotel details

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Picton Beachcomber Inn Hotel
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3.8
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27 Waikawa Road Waikawa Picton 7220

The Picton Beachcomber Inn Hotel is an ideal destination for people who are looking for a really unforgettable stay... More hotel details

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Aldan Lodge Motel
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3.7
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86 Wellington Street Picton 7220

Assuring quality amenities and exceptional service, the Aldan Lodge Motel Picton offers a home away from home experien... More hotel details

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Mercure Picton Marlborough Sounds
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4.0
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25 Waikawa Road Picton 7220

Offering comfortable accommodation and quality services, The Moorings on Marlborough (formerly Picton Yacht Club) is t... More hotel details

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McCormick House Luxury Accommodation
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21 Leicester Street Picton Marlborough 7220

Providing quality accommodation and friendly service for travellers in Marlborough, the McCormick House Luxury Accommo... More hotel details

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The Sounds Retreat Hotel Picton
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215 Anakiwa Road Picton 7281

The Sounds Retreat Hotel Picton invites sophisticated travellers to a blend of luxurious accommodations and tranquil s... More hotel details

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