Welcome to Wellington New Zealand
Wellington, the capital of New Zealand is a lovable city
with a welcoming atmosphere for tourists. New Zealand is
abundant in natural wonders. The city itself is a beauty on
its own with its rugged coastline and majestic
is hard to imagine is the perfect harmony of Wellington's
surrounding nature with the city itself. The sight of big towering
buildings are everywhere, historic structures with its tall
pillars, hundreds of shops and restaurants
and tall residential buildings are sure to awe anyone.
It would be interesting to know that the history of New
Zealand dates back even before the Age Colonization
during the time of the Maoris. The Maoris' are of
Polynesian descent with their very own rich culture and
The trademark of the Maori tribe has been well preserved
through arts and culture in the
A ride at
Wellington Cable Car is an enjoyable experience as you
travel from Lambton Quay to Kelburn suburb.
Parade suburb is the perfect place to view the harbour at
it is situated by the shoreline. It has its own,
man made beach offering a panoramic view of the city.
Cape Palliser Lighthouse is an attractive structure
at the south eastern tip of North Island with its red and
Frank Kitts Park is a place to have a stroll.
Wellington Botanical Garden is perfect for nature
trekkers and plant enthusiasts. The
Center is the
city's tallest building at 116 meters.
is a Historic Site in Karori suburbs.
is one of
Wellington's best beaches.
Wildlife Sanctuary is home to native birds and wildlife.
New Zealand Parliament House is simply one of a kind.
Among the city's best attraction is Museum of New Zealand Te
Papa Tongarewa, the pioneer of interactive museums. Those
who would like a good view of the city must head to higher
vantage points such as Mount Victoria, Mount Kaukau or at
Brooklyn Wind Turbine.
Walking around the city is a pleasure. As you go around, you
might notice the statues of
Fraser, who all played a part in New Zealand History.
Not to forget the
Wellington Memorial which features the first Duke of
Wellington, Arthur Wellesley. Commuting is also
a good option, anywhere you go in Wellington, there would
be a nearby bus station, train station or a take a
Metro owns almost all of the railway station buildings
aside from Waterloo,
Wellington and Petone.
Wellington Airport is Stewart Duff Drive in Rongotai. Be
ready with your jackets even though 0°C temperature is rare
even during winter, it may not be too cold but a lot of wind
would be chilly for sure. Wellington wouldn't be known as
Windy City for nothing.
Exploring the outskirts of the city is recommended. Lower
Hutt, north east of Wellington is about 15 minutes drive.
It is perfect for those who like hiking and biking.
TheNewDowse Museum, cafes and shops here are worth a visit.
Upper Hutt is an outdoor destination that is paradise to any
golfer with its picturesque views.
Porirua has a cultural
setting by the coast. PATAKA Museum is a place to be for
those who want a historical background of New Zealand.
Nature Coast is a place to taste local produce like cheese,
milk and chocolates.
The nearby Kapiti Island is home to rare bird species. Greytown in Wairapapa is the place
to get souvenirs
with its craft and antique shops. Also in Wairapapa is Martinborough where one can try
native wine and
We hope you enjoy viewing this website about the
Wellington and refer your friends to it so they can
read it too. See you down under in the future on your
next holiday trip.