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Martinborough is a town in the Wairarapa district of New Zealand.


Martinborough is an agricultural and wine-product centre, with a population of 1600. The town was laid out by John Martin in 1879, with the street plan in the shape of the Union Jack.

Get in[edit]

Martinborough is 35km south-west of Masterton and 65km east of Wellington.

By bus[edit]

The Metlink 200 runs 5 times per day from Masterton and Featherston. There are six trains per day to Featherston from Wellington and Masterton on the Wairarapa Line.

Get around[edit]




  • 1 Pain & Kershaw, The Square. Supermarket: Su–Th 7am–7pm, F & Sa 7am–9pm, General Store: M–F 9am–5pm, Sa 10am–4pm, Su 10am–2pm. A department store that includes a 4 Square (supermarket), Mitre 10 (hardware) and a general store selling clothes.




  • 1 Martinborough Hotel, The Square, +64 6 306 9350. A grand hotel built in 1882. Also runs the nearby Petit Hotel, built in 1907. From $160.


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