Seddon

Seddon is a town in Marlborough (New Zealand) near the mouth of the Awatere River. Until the grape boom, Seddon's farmers struggled farming sheep on dry hills. Now you will struggle to find a sheep in amongst the vineyards. Named after Richard John Seddon, Premier of New Zealand 1893-1906.

Get in

By car

Travelling north, Blenheim is 15 minutes from Seddon on State Highway 1 (SH1). Picton is a further 20min. South of Seddon is Ward (15min), Kaikoura (1.25h) and Christchurch (4h).

By bus

All Christchurch - Picton buses and shuttles Atomic, Kahurangi stop in Seddon.

By train

The Coastal Pacific, +64 4 495-0775 (email bookings@kiwirailscenic.co.nz, fax +64 4 472 8903, Freephone 0800 TRAINS (0800 872 467) (NZ only)) runs between Christchurch and Picton daily from October to April. It will stop in Seddon on request.

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Routes through Seddon

Picton Blenheim  N  S  Ward Kaikoura


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