Wellington is situated at the bottom of the North Island and is the Capital City of New Zealand. The city is renowned for it’s cultural and artistic presence, and is also home to Te Papa, New Zealand’s national museum. Coffee, art, bush walks, beaches and the gateway to the South Island. Do you need anything else?

Free Activities

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  • Visit Te Papa, New Zealands musuem
  • Walk up Mt. Victoria for breathtaking views of the city and ocean
  • Visit Old St. Paul’s, a unique cathedral in the heart of Wellington’s heritage precinct
  • head to Otari-Wilton’s Native Botanic Gardens, the only dedicated native botanic garden in New Zealand. At 100 hectares it is also New Zealands largest botanic garden/li>
  • Visit the Weta Cave and see some of the props from movies such as The Lord Of The Rings, as well as getting an insight into the creativity behind them

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  • Check out the street art and various bars and cafes in Cuba Street, New Zealands coolest street
  • Take a free tour of Government House
  • Take a walk at the Red Rocks Reserve. Along with the unusual red rocks there are some historic buildings along the beach and a seal colony
  • Visit Wellington Botanic garden, over 26 hectares of amazing landscaping and specialist gardens

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Useful Contacts

  • Emergency: Phone 111
  • Wellington Police: Phone (04)381 2000
  • Wellington Hospital: Phone (04)385 5999
  • Travellingnz: admin@travellingnz.com

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