Think of us as a the ideal Picton accommodation for your next Marlborough Sounds holiday – or the perfect place from which to start your South Island adventures!

ASURE Jasmine Court is centrally located in a quiet area of Picton, just a short walk from the town centre, restaurants and waterfront.

We are also walking distance from the Interislander ferry terminal, the Picton railway station, and the departure wharf for the Queen Charlotte Track and the Marlborough Sounds. We are also a 15 minute walk from the Bluebridge ferry terminal.


From the Interislander ferry passenger terminal, Bus and Train station:

Follow the foreshore around London Quay, into Wellington Street. Continue along Wellington Street and through the first intersection. We are located about 100 metres up, on the left-hand side of the road.

From the Bluebridge Ferry Terminal and Interislander Vehicle Exit:

Turn left into Dublin Street and travel approximately 500 metres, cross the railway line and continue through the High Street roundabout. Take the next turn right into Wellington Street. We are located 100 metres on the left-hand side – next to the Picton RSA and Clubs.

Arriving from the South

Come over the railway lines and turn right onto Broadway. Then take the second road on your left, Wellington Street. We are located 100 metres along on the right hand side.


Find out more about ASURE Jasmine Court Picton accommodation

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Getting Here

By air – Picton airport:
By air – Blenheim airport:
By ferry – Wellington to Picton – Interislander- Bluebridge
By Train – Christchurch to Picton – Coastal Pacific
Rental Cars – Pegasus Rental Cars – Apex Rentals – Ace Rentals

Driving Times from Picton

Blenheim: 30 minutes
Kaikoura: 2 hours
Christchurch: 4.5 hours
Nelson: 2 hours
Rainbow Ski field
– Saint Arnaud: 1 hour 40 minutes

Jasmine Court Motel, your gateway to South Island adventures