Located in Te tau Ihu, the top of the Te Wai Pounamu, the South Island of NZ, Blenheim (pop 30,600) is the main town in the province of Marlborough, New Zealand's premiere wine growing district. Although it is the largest wine growing area in the country, the town's provincial nature is still reflected in its claim to fame of having no traffic lights.

The geographic middle of Blenheim, Redwoodtown Village is the largest (but still small) shopping area in the southern part of Blenheim.

On the corner of Weld St and Cleghorn St, the village is easily accessed from the town centre by heading south on Scott St or from the main highway from the south by going left at Riverlands onto Alabama Rd and then going left (south) on Scott St to Cleghorn St.

Redwoodtown Medical Centre offers immediate floor level access from the road, disabled parking, street parking outside and abundant off street parking within 2 minutes walk. It is next door to the Redwoodtown Pharmacy.

Behind the clinic is Haven Cafe, while The Bakery is immediately opposite and the recently opened Countdown Supermarket is adjacent. Saturday morning features the flea market in the Redwoodtown Tavern car park.