Lyall Bay is a great place for riding waves by board or body. With a breakwater at one end to create waves for riding, rocks ... More
Lyall Bay is a great place for riding waves by board or body. With a breakwater at one end to create waves for riding, rocks at the other end for clambering over and safe swimming in between, this beach will keep visitors amused for hours.
This lovely rocky bay is surrounded by quaint and kooky fishing cottages. It is a great place for beachcombing after
a raging southerly storm and is also a popular dive spot with a small shipwreck on the right hand ...
This boating club is situated on an exposed side of Wellington harbour so you will seldom be becalmed while sailing.
Boat owners of all types are welcome and can race for fun or competitively. Junior boaties are encouraged and ...
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is a fitting testament to the nation's heritage and a storehouse for some
of the country's most precious treasures. It celebrates the unique multicultural nature of New Zealand through art, exhibitions and ...