Info on other activities Havelock website Marlborough Sounds New Zealand

Pelorus eco tours, paddle the Pelorus or Wakamarina river with guides on comfy kayaks. Great scenery including Lord of the ring’s locations. Some exciting rapids but great for all ages. https://www.kayak-newzealand.com

The Mail boat – delivers post & packages all around the sounds 1/2 & full day trips. https://themailboat.co.nz

Queen Charlotte track is one of many track options around here…bike, walk & kayak options here’s one long link! https://www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/places-to-go/marlborough/places/queen-charlotte-sound-totaranui-area/things-to-do/tracks/queen-charlotte-track.

Link Pathway runs from Picton to Havelock (with plans to continue to Nelson) range of walks. https://marlboroughnz.com/guides/walks/the-link-pathway

Havelock boardwalk runs from Queen Charlotte Drive at one end of Havelock and continues to the end of the marina. Nice flat walk for all ages and abilities. Good range of bird life.

The Wakamarina track and Nydia track are very popular Mountain biking and walking tracks. The Wakamarina track is just 6km up from the camp. See Mountain biking and transport page on this website for links and our shuttle services.

Good food and Drinks in Havelock, Slip Inn Store snacks and fantastic range of craft beer, down at the marina, right on the slipway so you can watch the action. Mills Bay Mussels for a range of (you guessed it) mussels at the other end of the marina. Check out some boats while you are there! Captains Daughter good food and wines, plus decent tap beers. Coffee try Blue Cafe or Rays Place. The Trout Hotel just 10 minutes down the road from Pinedale has a Bugger night on Wednesday for really cheap dinners.

Water taxi and fishing charters try Local Knowledge charters, Ryan will find you where the fish are and fill you in on some local knowledge. https://www.facebook.com/localknowledgecharters/

Havelock Museum is worth a look at in the middle of the main street, look for a little black train.

The hill behind Havelock (Mount Takorika) has many short walks ranging from a few minutes to several hours, access from the side roads west of the main road. Out and back walks. Excellent downhill trails developed by locals for mountain bike challenges.