a social place to meet and greet…

Talk about your adventures in this vast and beautiful landscape of New Zealand. Come and sit out under the tree and listen to the bell birds with everyone after a hard day traveling, relax and chat. Relax beside the big log fire with a tasty drop of red or white.

What to see and do around Seddon

Yealands Family Wines an absolute must see!
You cannot visit this area and not experience a wine tasting at this Award Winning Winery and do try his Port – we locals know about it! You won’t be disappointed. Hire a bicycle and enjoy some time out with a cycle trip 15-20 mins away to the first carboNZero Cert TM winery, cycle around his vineyard enjoying the classical music serenading the vines while passing through spectacular natural plantings and wetlands. Stop and catch your breath at Lookout Point with views of Cook Straight and the Pacific Ocean to as far as your eyes can see. Don’t forget that bottle of wine to have later! Cellar Door open Monday to Sunday: 10.00am-4.30pm.

Explore Saw Cut Gorge
An easy drive to the Ure river and up the valley. An easy trek but you must take the camera as you are amongst nature at its best. Look out for those plants only found in Marlborough. 2-3 hour easy Trek.

Seddon’s privately owned museum.
Great collection of motorbikes and sewing machines. Ron Hebberd and his extensive collection of motorbikes is a visit you will enjoy. A memorable visit will be guaranteed with Ron. Only a phone call to arrange visit and within walking distance.
Phone 03 5757196

Molesworth Station is a land of extremes.
This vast landscape contains scree-scarred mountains, wide river valleys and tussock slopes. Here conservation, farming and recreation go hand in hand. Experience Molesworth for yourself during the open access periods, by car, bike, horse or on foot. Learn about the history from interpretation panels, camp outside the Cob Cottage, picnic by the mighty Acheron River or enjoy walks from 10 minutes to several days duration. The 180,787 ha station is New Zealand’s largest farm, running the country's biggest herd of beef cattle, numbering up to 10,000.

Lake Grassmere
Home to Dominion Salt. View one of two New Zealand salt making areas. Be startled by the salt ponds colours. See the huge stockpiles of sold ready to be processed. 10 Minute drive south of Seddon.

Cape Campbell Lighthouse
Take a stroll along Marfells Beach when the tides out. The furthest point North of the South Islands East coast. Spectacular views of an amazing Coastline. Be sure to look out for those dolphins. 15 minute drive or Cycle the country back roads, we’ll tell you how!


More to see and do around Seddon

Clarence River Rafting

Molesworth Cycle Tours

The Awatere Tussock Track

London Hill Gardens

Marlborough Tramping Club