Close this search box.


WinePro 2024 takes place at Marlborough Lines Stadium 2000 in Blenheim, New Zealand. This region combines the delights of food, wine, picturesque landscapes, and a hint of adventure, offering an extraordinary and immersive experience. Situated in one of New Zealand’s sunniest places, centrally located at the top of the South Island and well connected by air, road and ferry transport links to the main centres and international airports.

Upon landing at the airport, within minutes, you find yourself savouring extraordinary wines at a renowned cellar door. Come evening, you’re nestled in a remote waterfront resort, enjoying a gourmet dinner crafted from local produce, enveloped by nothing but natural beauty and tranquillity that surrounds you.


TE WAIHARAKEKE - Marlborough’s largest centre is the perfect place to base yourself to explore wine country and more. Enjoy great cafés, restaurants, shops, theatres and galleries, and explore the many parks, walking and mountain bike trails and views from the Wither Hills.
The heart of New Zealand’s largest wine industry, the small town of Renwick is surrounded by an incredible choice of cellar doors, set among stunning scenery. Explore the popular Golden Mile of wine, or venture further into the Wairau Valley for more wineries, from the organic and boutique to iconic.
WAITOHI & TŌTARANUI - With stunning natural beauty, delicious local seafood and rich culture and history, Picton/ Waitohi and Queen Charlotte Sound/Tōtaranui are brilliant to explore and discover. Stroll Picton’s waterfront and many shops and cafés, stay at a remote Sounds lodge, take a scenic or seafood cruise and walk or bike the Queen Charlotte Track.
TE HOIERE - Havelock and Pelorus Sound/Te Hoiere are places to stay a while and delve a little deeper. Experience areas of the Marlborough Sounds that are off the beaten track, taste incredible local seafood including world-famous Greenshell™ Mussels and explore fascinating history from early Māori navigators forging the first paths to gold rush days.
From wild Pacific Coast beaches to the sacred peak of Mt Tapuae-o-Uenuku, unique vineyard terroirs and New Zealand’s largest high country station, South Marlborough has incredible landscapes to discover. Drive or bike the historic Molesworth Station, explore wine and the vast Yealands Estate and enjoy authentic Kiwi hospitality.
Previous slide
Next slide


Reaching Marlborough couldn’t be easier with a myriad of travel options available! Whether you’re flying in, arriving by ferry, taking the train, or driving by car, the scenery becomes increasingly breathtaking as you approach. The journey to Marlborough is nearly as delightful as the destination itself.

Keep Up To Date!

* indicates required