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Come and check out Gore’s art hub - dubbed the ‘Goreggenheim’ by Saatchi & Saatchi boss Kevin Roberts.
Here’s your chance to experience on of New Zealand’s most famous Great Walks, with easy tramping, in small chunks if you prefer, on a free walkway.
Hunua Falls, Wairoa Reservoir – The stunning setting of the Hunua Falls, fringed by native bush, makes them a real delight.
It’s entry by koha (donation) here, but this small district museum is typical of the small town Kiwi museum, packed full of early photos of the region and relics of the pioneer days.
Phone: view phone+64-6-752 9072
Come and get a taste of the greenery that once covered much of the region, in a place with picnic areas, a playground and many short walks to discover.
Not many cities can boast a fire museum, so take the time to visit this unique collection.
Enjoy the charms of days gone by. At Founders Heritage Park experience life as it was in Nelson in the 1880s to 1930s.
Animals, animals, animals – there’s loads of them here to see at close range.
Grab a fresh-roasted coffee and take a wander. You’ll find wines, locally produced olive oil, freshly baked bread and all sorts of goodies at the Marlborough Farmer’s Market in Blenheim.
This is a great way to get a brief taste of the magnificent flora of Tongariro National Park without too much effort, and the sealed track is wheelchair friendly as well.