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Wellington

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Wellington

Wellington is the political and cultural capital of New Zealand. Wellington is a compact city due to the hills and the sea that surround the city. Wellington has many bars, cafes and restaurants and has a strong arts and music scene. Wellington is also home to Te Papa the national museum.


Major Attractions

Te Papa (National Museum), Houses of Parliaments, Cafes and Bars, Arts and Culture.

Accommodation Guide

Wellington has a wide range of accommodation, bed & breakfast, motels, hotels.

Activity Guide

Wellington offers so much for all to do.

Shopping Guide

Wellington has excellent Arts and crafts shopping.

Wine & Food Guide

Wellington offers a wide range of excellent cuisine experiences. Wellington has many bars, restaurants and cafes.

Transport Guide

There are many options to get to Wellington and to get around while you are visiting.

Tourism Services

Experienced assistance available to help you with the many choices available.

Key Facts

Population: 163,824 (Wellington City)
Average Daily Temperatures:
max / min Summer (Dec-Feb): 20°C / 13°C
  Autumn (Mar-May): 17°C / 10°C
  Winter (Jun-Aug): 12°C / 7°C
  Spring (Sept-Nov): 15°C / 9°C
Average Annual Rainfall: 1249mm

 



Places Nearby

Wairarapa - a short drive from Wellington, the Wairarapa region is a great place for a short getaway to relax and enjoy the regions wines.


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