D'Urville Island is the largest island in the Marlborough Sounds, a great place for fishing, mountain biking, or just relaxing on the beach
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Havelock, in the Marlborough province, is the greenshell mussel capital of New Zealand, and gateway to Pelorus Sound
The Rai River meets the Pelorus Valley at Pelorus Bridge. Forested until early 1880's. A township was planned but the area became a scenic reserve
Pelorus Sound winds south from Cook Strait for about 55 kilometres (34 mi), until it reached its head close to Havelock town
Kenepuru Sound is one of the larger of the Marlborough Sounds in the South Island of New Zealand. The drowned valley is an arm of Pelorus Sound