Marlborough Sounds is located at the top of New Zealand's South Island and is renowned for its eco tourist attractions, fishing, and wilderness treks. The Marlborough Sounds region consists of four main waterways, Queen Charlotte, Kenepuru, Mahau, and Pelorus Sounds, and the main settlements of Picton and Havelock.

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French Pass
Community directory listing local history, news and attractions. Presents profile, historical, regional and activity information, whale, dolphin, seal, and bird images and information, and contact details.
Ngakuta Bay
Queen Charlotte Sound community directory listing local accommodation and activities. Presents profile, directory, and image galleries.
Outward Bound
Queen Charlotte Sound charitable trust offering leadership, and personal and social development courses in an outdoor environment. Presents profile, history, course and enrolment information, fees, images, and contact details.
Queen Charlotte Track
Queen Charlotte Sound wilderness trail from Ship Cove to Anakiwa, offering views, contrasting landscape, native bush and wildlife. Presents profile, , image gallery, and track, accommodation, flora and fauna information.
Queen Charlotte Track NZ.Com
Queen Charlotte Track directory offers track, guided and unguided tour package, and accommodation information. Presents track profile, maps, images, and online enquiries.
Tui Nature Reserve
Waitata Bay nature and conservation reserve offering tours and accommodation. Presents profile and history, tour, activity, conservation and regional information, images, and contact details.
Waterfall Bay, Port Ligar
Waterfall Bay Lodge offers lodge accommodation sleeping 24 and suitable for fishing parties, team building weekends and family groups. Presents profile, history, facility, activity and regional information, tariffs, maps, images, and online booking.
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