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About | Smiths Farm Holiday Park

If you desire the space, peace and the health giving properties of clean country air, then Smiths Farm Holiday Park is the place for you. Chris and Barbara and their family and staff are proud to offer you a quality holiday full of friendship, fun and a lifetime of memories.

Situated on a working beef farm, the Park is a base from which to relax, explore the beautiful Marlborough Sounds or the wider wine region of the Marlborough area of New Zealand. It is also an ideal stopover if you are travelling to or from the North Island. We are 30 minutes from the Bluebridge or Interislander ferries in Picton. 

The Park, constructed in 1997, is spacious and quiet. Numbers are limited at all times and the modern facilities are kept in an immaculate, tidy condition. Additional new toilets and showers were added in 2020/21 and a new office block is planned to cater for guests requirements. There are four comfortable standard cabins, two self contained units, two motels and a self contained cottage. The Park also offers flat, powered and non powered sites which are ideal for campers, caravans and campervans. Accommodation and sites fill up early so be sure to book to avoid the disappointment.

Courtesy transport to/from the Anakiwa jetty (by prior arrangement). Mountain bike hire. Farm walk and friendly animals.

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Chris & Barbara Faulls

  • 4 cabins,
  • 2 motel units
  • self contained cottage
  • two self contained units
  • Powered and unpowered camping site
  • Payments - Eftpos, Mastercard, Visa
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Walk or bike the real New Zealand, in the heart of the beautiful Marlborough Sounds, where the mountains meet the sea.