InterCity® operates daily buses from Picton to Blenheim with services departing from the main entrance of Interislander Ferry terminal on Auckland Street, Picton.  

The journey from Picton to Blenheim takes approximately 30 minutes with buses arriving at the Blenheim i-SITE. Fares start from just $1 (+ booking fee). 

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About Blenheim

Blenheim is the most populous town in the region of Marlborough, in the north east of the South Island of New Zealand. The Marlborough region occupies the eastern tip of the South Island. It has an urban population of 30,500 and the area which surrounds the town is well known as a centre of New Zealand's wine industry. Blenheim enjoys one of New Zealand's sunniest climates, with hot, relatively dry summers and crisp winters.

If you appreciate fine wine, you're in for a treat in Marlborough where many award winning wineries are located. The annual Marlborough Wine Show takes place in Marlborough giving wineries the opportunity to showcase a variety of fine wine. 

Blenheim is sheltered by the western mountain range which bears the brunt of a lot of bad weather heading towards Blenheim.  Exploring the wilderness in surrounding National Parks is enjoyed by visitors to Blenheim. The Mount Richmond Forest Park in the south of Marlborough is a rocky mountainous park with several enjoyable walking tracks. Lake Chalice, the only lake in Mount Richmond Forest Park is easily accessed with children and the Department of Conservation Hut is a great place to stop for the night. You can kayak, paddleboard, swim and fish in Lake Chalice. 

For more information and ideas about what you can do in Blenheim visit marlboroughnz.com

It's easy to bus Picton to Blenheim on one of InterCity's daily services. Take a look at the FlexiPass and TravelPass bus passes which both offer flexible and affordable travel within a set budget.