Queen Charlotte Track Land Cooperative

Stretching 71 km from Ship Cove to Anakiwa, the Queen Charlotte Track (QCT) is a unique New Zealand partnership between the Department of Conservation, Marlborough District Council and 10 private landowners, including a Maori Trust.

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See how QCTLC uses pass fees to improve the track year after year.

Explore the discovery and development of the Queen Charlotte Track.

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Department of Conservation (DOC) Learn more about hiking or biking the QCT from DOC, including campground locations and fitness requirements.

Destination Marlborough Learn more about Marlborough and the Queen Charlotte Track.

"Whenever your troubles get to be too much, walk to the top of a mountain."

-Rod Eatwell (1928-2018), QCTLC member

About Us

For over 20 years, private landowners have made their land available for the Queen Charlotte Track. The Queen Charlotte Track Land Cooperative (QCTLC) was formed in 2010 to help ensure the sustainability of the 70 kilometer track.

Today, 10 private landowners make their land available for your hiking and biking enjoyment for a small fee. Proceeds help with maintenance, improvements, and access.

To Contact Us email: qctlc@yahoo.co.nz

Members of the Queen Charlotte Track Land Cooperative. AGM 2017.

Thank you to our generous sponsors!