The top of the South Island is renowned for its vineyards and award-winning wines, apple orchards, and other horticultural produce. It stretches from Farewell Spit and the rocky outcrops of Wharariki across Golden Bay to the golden sands of Kaiteriteri, beside Abel Tasman National Park, and to Pelorus Sound, noted for its mussel farms, and Queen Charlotte Sound (a popular tramping track, seakayaking and boating. The inter-island ferry berths at Picton. In the surrounding hills, some planted in pine forest, people tramp, mountainbike and fish.
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