At one time or other, most Wellingtonians will take the well-travelled route that leads to the Wairarapa, Wellington's ... More
Wairarapa Gourmet Wine Escape
At one time or other, most Wellingtonians will take the well-travelled route that leads to the Wairarapa, Wellington's rural hinterland and to the charming rural settlement of Martinborough. Martinborough's name has increasingly become synonymous with fine wines and the boutique wineries in close proximity may explain the reputation. Most of the wineries are within easy walking distance or you can hire a bike. There are also a number of city style cafes, and gourmet and craft shops that may prolong your stay well into the afternoon.
Wellington's beautifully restored flaming red cable car is a vital commuter link between Lambton Quay and the leafy inner city
suburb of Kelburn, operating since 1902. This is a popular form of transport for the thousands of students attending ...
This spacious new gallery in the historic Queen's Wharf Building presents a range of arts and craft from amateur and
professional artists and craftsmen around the country. The Academy, a non profit making organization, was established in 1982. It ...
The Museum of Wellington City & Sea is devoted to Wellington city and her maritime history with a fascinating collection
of maritime memorabilia that will captivate old sea salts and land lubbers alike. Housed over three levels, the museum's ...