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Wellington

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The Wellington region's largest city and the New Zealand Capital, Wellington (we're very original at naming places I know!), is located at the southernmost point of the North Island which also makes it the southernmost capital city in the world! A wonderful city with a population of 412,000 and full of culture, Wellington is host to a vast number of festivals, theatres, museums along with our iconic Parliament building - the 'Beehive'. The compact city is great to explore on foot, otherwise there is a fantastic public transport system to easily explore the city.

The city CBD is situated on the harbour side so it makes for great dining views in any number of world-class cafes, restaurants and bars. Te Papa Museum, also located on the city’s water front displays some amazing artwork and photography along with regular exhibitions. The exhibitions range from culture to lego to art and everything in between! A guided tour of the Museum can be a great option as the staff are friendly and highly knowledgeable. 

In the wider region, the Tararua Forest Park offers remarkable hiking, the wild coastline is well worth exploring and the Martinborough area has more then 20 boutique wineries to choose from. For those venturing further south there are inter island Ferries that run daily crossing the Cook Straight in around 3 hours, opening the gates to exploring the South Island, or regular domestic flights from Wellington Airport.

 

  • 1 Wellington
  • 2 Kapiti Coast
  • 3 Martinborough
  • 4 Cape Palliser
  • 5 Castle Point
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Wellington

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Kapiti Coast

 

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Martinborough

 

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P.S - If anyone has previous experience in luring rogue adventurers back to the office for a few weeks, please get in touch as we could use some tips and tricks!

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Cape Palliser

 

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P.S - If anyone has previous experience in luring rogue adventurers back to the office for a few weeks, please get in touch as we could use some tips and tricks!

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Castle Point

 

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P.S - If anyone has previous experience in luring rogue adventurers back to the office for a few weeks, please get in touch as we could use some tips and tricks!

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