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Hutt City i-Site Visitor Centre

The Pavilion, 25 Laings Rd, Lower Hutt

15 minutes from Wellington, Lower Hutt has much of the region's best walking and mountain bike trails, plus a bustling mix of galleries, cafes and restaurants. Drop by the i-SITE: your one-stop shop for free bookings & info.

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Hutt City i-Site Visitor Centre

Hutt City i-Site Visitor Centre

The Pavilion, 25 Laings Rd, Lower Hutt

Lower Hutt is Wellington's gateway to the great outdoors with easy access to the river, mountains and harbour. From the Hutt River to the... more

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Wellington
Wellington Botanic Garden

Wellington Botanic Garden

Glenmore St, Wellington

WELLINGTON BOTANIC GARDEN: Features the colourful Lady Norwood Rose Garden, Begonia House, gift shop and café, playground, delightful duckpond... more

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Wellington
Visitor Tours of Parliament

Visitor Tours of Parliament

Parliament House, Wellington

Free, one-hour guided tours of Parliament operate every day on the hour. Take a tour with one of our trained guides to visit key parts of... more

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Wellington
Seal Coast Safari

Seal Coast Safari

Departs from i-SITE Visitor Centre, Wakefield Street, Wellington

You will connect with the 'real New Zealand' during your breathtaking 3-hour Seal Coast Safari! Stories abound as we drive for 20 rugged km... more

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Wellington
BNZ Museum & Archives

BNZ Museum & Archives

Level 1, Harbour Quay, 60 Waterloo Road, Wellington

A unique view of New Zealand since 1861, providing insight into the way our country has evolved socially and financially. Open: 9.00am to... more

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Wellington
Interislander

Interislander

Terminals: Picton - Auckland St; Wellington - Aotea Quay & Waterloo Quay

Where the journey becomes a destination. Interislander travels between the North and South Islands of New Zealand and is one of the most... more

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Wellington
Wellington Zoo

Wellington Zoo

200 Daniell St, Newton, Wellington

Visit Wellington Zoo and fall in love with nature.Home to over 500 animals, from the amazing insects and invertebrates of Hero HQ to the only... more

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Wellington CBD
Wellington Rover Tours

Wellington Rover Tours

101 Wakefield Street, Departs from Visitor Centre, Wakefield St

Tours with a difference. Wellington Rover Tours offers a wide range of small-group tours highlighting the wonders of Wellington. We are... more

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Wellington
Hutt City i-Site Visitor Centre

Hutt City i-Site Visitor Centre

The Pavilion, 25 Laings Rd, Lower Hutt

Lower Hutt is Wellington's gateway to the great outdoors with easy access to the river, mountains and harbour. From the Hutt River to the... more

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Wellington Central
Wellington Rover Tours

Wellington Rover Tours

101 Wakefield Street, Departs from Visitor Centre, Wakefield St

Tours with a difference. Wellington Rover Tours offers a wide range of small-group tours highlighting the wonders of Wellington. We are... more

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Set on the shores of the lower North Island, Wellington was chosen as the capital of New Zealand due to its central location. Bordered by the Rimutaka Range to the east, the Tararua Range to the north and Cook Strait to the south and west, Wellington is a cosy city offering visitors an abundance of activities to enjoy. For diversity, entertainment and just sheer fun, Wellington is one place where you will never be bored.

Take a trip through the national museum, Te Papa Tongarewa, which has hundreds of permanent exhibits, as well as visiting exhibitions. Visit Parliament buildings, and the debating chamber when it is in session to hear politicians discuss issues of the day. Art galleries, golf courses, historic buildings, race courses, live theatre, sporting venues, entertainment complexes, opera, botanic gardens, a wildlife sanctuary, a zoo, shopping centres, designer shops and cultural shows can all be found in this compact, busy metropolis. If you are feeling energetic, take a walk up Mt Victoria. It offers excellent views of the city, Wellington’s harbour and Cook Strait, which separates the North Island from the South Island. On clear days you can see the South Island from here.

There is a large array of restaurants, cafes, pubs, clubs and fast-food outlets - from top quality international cuisine through to cheap ethnic food or fish and chips on the beach.

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Wellington: Set on the shores of the lower North Island, Wellington was chosen as the capital of New Zealand due to its central location. Bordered by the Rimutaka Range to the east, the Tararua Range to the north and Cook Strait to the south and west, Wellington is a cosy city offering visitors an abundance of activities to enjoy. For diversity, entertainment and jus...Read More

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