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Pretty Picton

Picton is a truly charming small town in the Marlborough region of New Zealand’s South Island. At the head of Queen Charlotte Sound, the water and mountains give it a look reminiscent of the fjords of Norway or Alaska when seen from the Cook Strait Ferry- which is the way most visitors enter or leave the town. Although the gateway to the South Island for those travelling by road, Picton has much more to offer than just being a ferry terminal! Picton’s waterfront is a wonderful place to enjoy views of the Queen Charlotte Sound and stroll or picnic. Kids are well provided for also, with a pond full of model sailboats and a mini railroad which takes the youngins for rides. The pace of life is slow here, especially for those just visiting, and the small-town feel of Picton combined with the stunning scenery is enough to make anyone want to stay a few days. The Marlborough region is known for its wineries, and Picton is handily located near a lot of these. From Picton you can also explore the gorgeous Marlborough Sounds, be it a quick trip to the town of Waikawa Bay around the corner from Picton or a drive right up to Endeavour Inlet or further. Picton is the perfect place to start a road trip in the South Island, especially for those not travelling by air! Only a short ferry ride from Wellington, it is a wonderland of wine, scenery and small-town charm.

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