Blenheim TOP 10 Holiday Park
Blenheim Top 10 Holiday Park

Blenheim TOP 10 Holiday Park

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Blenheim is a small town of approximately 29,700 and is the largest town in the Marlborough region. Marlborough boasts New Zealand's sunniest climate, with hot summers and crisp winters. Blenheim is the central point for the huge Marlborough wine growing industry, with a number of wineries on the outskirts of town.
Marlborough Wineries Marlborough is New Zealand's largest wine growing region, with around 65 wineries and 290 grape growers, covering around 4000 hectares. The main wines grown in Marlborough are Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer. If you love wine, Marlborough is the place to visit. Treat yourself to a weekend away, or plan ahead and book accommodation now at Blenheim TOP 10 Holiday Park for the annual Marlborough Wine Festival held every February. Hire a bike during your stay at our holiday park and spend the day visiting the local wineries at your leisure.
Marlborough Sounds The Marlborough Sounds is a vast maze of sunken valleys, which form an amazing network of sheltered bays, calm waterways and idyllic scenery. The sounds include Queen Charlotte Sound, Pelorus Sound and Kenepuru Sound. Take a stunning walk or trek through Queen Charlotte Track, a 3 to 4 day walk through amazing native New Zealand bush.

Alternatively, explore the sounds by sea. With over 1,500 kilometres of coastline, the sounds offer deep coves, secluded bays, which are all perfect for sailing, fishing, diving and kayaking! If you're taking out your own boat, Marlborough has a great selection of marinas for you to stop in to.

The isolation of the sounds is one of its main attractions. There are many permanent homes and holiday houses dotted throughout the sounds, along with a range of resorts and lodges. The beauty of this area is that many of these places are only accessible by sea.
Queen Charlotte Track Queen Charlotte Track boasts an amazing New Zealand walk through native bush. Take a 3 to 4 day walk or simply spend the day. There are regular boat services from various points along the track, making the area easy and accessible to explore. At certain times of the year the tracks are open to Mountain Bikers. The wide tracks allow walkers and bikers to easily share the track and bikes are available to hire from various attractions and accommodation places.
Waterways Boating Safaris Drive a Boat & Explore the Sounds.
Fun, Freedom and Stunning scenery. Experience the thrill of driving your own boat through the beautiful, sheltered waterways of the Marlborough Sounds. Quick and easy to learn, you will soon set off gliding across the water to explore numerous bays and hidden coves.

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