10 Fun (mostly) Free Things To Do In Marlborough

10 Fun (mostly) Free Things To Do In Marlborough

While some head away for the Christmas break, many of us stay right here in Marlborough, and why wouldn't you? It's the ultimate place to be during the summer months, with a heap of activities on our doorstep. If you are sticking around, why not check out our list of 10 (mostly) free things to do … [Read more...]

Lions Mark 100 Years’ Service with New CBD Clock

Lions Mark 100 Years’ Service with New CBD Clock

Marlborough residents will once again be able to check the temperature as they make their way through Blenheim’s town centre come summer. Harcourts Marlborough sales consultant and Blenheim Lions Club member Ross Ayson, pictured, has headed a project to install a new clock and LED screen on … [Read more...]

Harcourts Marlborough Backs Red Team at Fight for Life

Harcourts Marlborough Backs Red Team at Fight for Life

Harcourts Marlborough is getting behind the Life Education Trust’s Fight For Life again this year, sponsoring Adele Harris as she gloves up for the Red Team. Adele joined the Harcourts Marlborough team as a spectator at the 2017 event, which sparked a drive for her to train for and compete in the … [Read more...]

Samantha Swaps Big City Lights for Marlborough Lifestyle

Samantha Swaps Big City Lights for Marlborough Lifestyle

Harcourts Marlborough has recently welcomed a new consultant to the team, one with a passion for people, real estate and Marlborough. Samantha Lewis recently returned to her hometown after spending just under 10 years living and working in different areas of the real estate industry in … [Read more...]

Teens Compete to Become Marlborough’s First Student Auctioneering Champion

Teens Compete to Become Marlborough’s First Student Auctioneering Champion

Harcourts Marlborough consultant and auctioneer Bryan Palmer has spent the past eight weeks teaching Marlborough students the art of auction. Five of the Marlborough Boys’ College students have spent hours honing their new found skills and will go head to head to be named the Student … [Read more...]

Harcourts Consultants Lend Helping Hand to Wildlife in South Africa

Harcourts Consultants Lend Helping Hand to Wildlife in South Africa

Coming face to face with Elephants, Hyenas, Lions and Cheetahs were just a few standout moments for Harcourts consultant Katie Gibbons on a recent volunteer trip to South Africa. Katie joined Harcourts Marlborough consultant Vicki Baker at Pidwa Wilderness Reserve in the Limpopo Region, where … [Read more...]

Winery Restaurants to visit while in Marlborough

Winery Restaurants to visit while in Marlborough

Marlborough is renowned for its wine, it certainly helps to make it one of the best places to live and visit in New Zealand. There are a heap of wonderful winery cellar doors in Marlborough, and we’ve detailed just a few below which we think are worth a visit: Saint Clair Family … [Read more...]

Harcourts Team Rescues and Raises Rosco the Cocker Spaniel

Harcourts Team Rescues and Raises Rosco the Cocker Spaniel

The team at Harcourts Marlborough recently said goodbye to temporary resident Rosco the Cocker Spaniel. Rosco, fondly named by consultant Ross Ayson, joined the Harcourts Marlborough family after being taken in by his foster ‘mum’ consultant Trina Nicholls, who took on the task of raising … [Read more...]

REINZ Accreditation for Harcourts Marlborough Property Management

REINZ Accreditation for Harcourts Marlborough Property Management

Harcourts Marlborough manager of property management, Lavina Diamanti, has gained REINZ Accreditation, an acknowledgement of more than a decade in the industry. In order to gain accreditation, Lavina had to compile her existing qualifications, experiences and references for assessment by the Real … [Read more...]

Omaka Landing Creating Closer Communities

Omaka Landing Creating Closer Communities

“You couldn’t script it this way,” says Mark Davis with a laugh, as he watches half a dozen kids practicing cartwheels on the Omaka Landing reserve, while a classic aeroplane plays in the skies above. “The design and ethos of Omaka was for closer communities, with two reserves to connect people, and … [Read more...]