Parks and Open Spaces
Welcome to Marlborough's Parks and Open Spaces (Ngā Papa o Wairau)
Find out more about Marlborough's parks and open spaces in this section.
Scattered across Marlborough are the 21 local halls that serve as a meeting point for their immediate communities.
Hiding Painted Rocks in Council Reserves
This page offers information on good places to hide painted rocks in our parks and open spaces (and places to avoid).
Marlborough has a network of over 250 parks and open spaces across the district meeting the needs of both the local community and visitors.
Council has many beautiful parks and open spaces that are suitable for weddings, wedding photos, naming ceremonies or family portraits.
Parks and Open Spaces Plans, Policies and Reports
The Parks and Open Spaces Section of the Council has a number of plans, policies and reports that guide day to day and future management and administration of parks and open space areas.
See a map of all the playgrounds near you in Marlborough.
There are many public toilets across the Marlborough region. This section will help you find a toilet near you.
The purpose of the Smokefree Position Statement is to document and give effect to Marlborough District Council’s commitment to work with others to make Marlborough smokefree by 2025.
Marlborough has many areas to play sport.
Council looks after more than 6,000 street trees and over 6,000 specimen trees in parks, reserves and on other Council-administered land.