Wellington, New Zealand’s capital, is located at the south-western tip of the North Island and home to New Zealand’s parliament. Renowned for its arts, heritage, culture, events and native beauty.
Wellington is a foodie's paradise with plenty of world-class restaurants it is said to have more bars and restaurants per capita than New York City. To say that Wellingtonians love their food is an understatement.
Wellington with its many art galleries and museums is also home to Te Papa, New Zealand’s national museum, a must visit in this region. The exhibits are innovative and interactive, telling stories of New Zealand’s unique geological, biological, cultural and social history in new and exciting ways.
The Cable Car is the region's icon. It runs from Lambton Quay up to Kelburn, where at the top there’s a lookout, the Cable Car Museum, and Carter Observatory.
You will find Lord of the Rings movie locations and a chance to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the imagination and artistry behind some of the world’s most spectacular movies at the Weta Cave mini-museum.
Relax, feel rejuvenated and put your feet up at Wellington’s local spas. Click here to see all spas located in Wellington
Other activities to do are golf, retail shopping, zoos, walks, beaches and more.