Wellington

Wellington New Zealand

Surrounded by hills and a beautiful sparkling harbour, Wellington has a wide range of easily accessible nature.

Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington, New Zealand.

Experience Wellington, New Zealand.

Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington, New Zealand. Wander through hidden laneways and discover world-class coffee and craft beer, experience Te Papa’s interactive museum magic, go behind the scenes at Wētā Workshop to see props from Sir Peter Jackson’s award-winning Lord of the Ring trilogy and Hobbit movies, and still have time for shopping and dinner at one of Wellington’s fabulous eateries.

Wellington, New Zealand
Wellington, New Zealand

Wellington is New Zealand’s culinary capital where all tastes are catered for.

Casual dining is our specialty, with a wide range of restaurants serving some of Aotearoa’s top cuisine in a laidback, yet professional setting. Cocktails are a speciality and you can’t leave town without trying our local craft beer. 

Famous for a vibrant creative culture fuelled by great food, wine, craft beer, coffee and events, Wellington is a cosmopolitan city with an energetic personality.

“Experience Wellington.”

Thanks to the compact geography of New Zealand’s capital city, you can see and do a lot in a day.

Wellington is New Zealand’s arts and culture capital. Home to national performing arts companies including the Royal New Zealand Ballet and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, around 50 galleries and with colourful street art and sculptures dotted around the city, Wellington is a feast for the eyes.

The best way to explore Wellington is on foot. The CBD is only two kilometres wide, so you can walk from one side to the other in under 30 minutes, via the waterfront or Lambton Quay. 

All major attractions are within walking distance or have shuttle transport. Wellington International Airport is a 15-minute drive from the heart of the city. 

For more information, make sure you visit their official website.

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