Marlborough

Regarded as New Zealand’s sunniest province, the Marlborough region is an area of great natural beauty which occupies the north-eastern corner of the South Island. The landscape is diverse, stretching from the sheltered waterways of the Marlborough Sounds to Kaikoura, where snow-capped mountains meet the sea. The sheltered coastal bays of Marlborough supported a small Māori population, from possibly as early as the twelfth century.  

  • Fyffe House

    Fyffe House in its setting

    In a stunning seaside setting, Fyffe House is Kaikoura’s oldest surviving building and the last remnant of a pioneer whaling station established in 1842.