Seddon is the only town of substance
on the Kaikoura and Blenheim state highway one road. Seddon is in a
very dry part of the South Island, and is on the eastern edge of the
Marlborough Vineyard success story.
Salt and lime are major local industries, and the
Awatere Valley is a developing wine region.
The town was named for former Prime Minister of New
Zealand Richard Seddon and is a relatively young town and here is the
Wellington (the capitol) monument.
Seddon has three churches.
The Seddon War Memorial has great profile overlooking
the town and is worth a look.
The Scarborough Hotel is one block removed from the