Blenheim

Blenheim is the most populous town in the Marlborough wine-growing region in the north-east of the of . It is one of the sunniest towns in the country, with summers that are typically warm and dry, and winters that are normally cool and frosty with clear sunny days.

Landmarks in the Area

Omaka Aerodrome is a airfield owned by the Marlborough Aero Club.

The Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre is an aviation museum located at the Omaka Air Field, 5 km from the centre of .

Marlborough Girls' College is a state single-sex secondary school in , .

Marlborough Boys' College is a state single-sex secondary school in , New Zealand.

Localities in the Area

Blenheim is the most populous town in the region of , in the north east of the of .

Grovetown is a small town in , New Zealand.

Springlands is a suburb to the west of 's central district.

Redwoodtown is a suburb to the south of 's central district.

Mayfield is a suburb to the north of 's central district, in the region of the South Island of .

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