Founded in 1906, Wellington's zoological gardens have all the traditional attractions. The zoo includes features such as the ... More
Founded in 1906, Wellington's zoological gardens have all the traditional attractions. The zoo includes features such as the Tropical River Trail, New Zealand's newest and largest habitat exhibit. Zoo inhabitants include New Zealand natives such as the kiwi, the giant weta, the black stilt and the tuatara, as well as the more exotic species like the North American bison, the Nepalese red panda and the Sitatunga antelope.
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 ...
Minutes from downtown by bus Wellington Regional Aquatic Centre offers a variety of pools. From paddling pools for the tiny
tots to a 10 meter diving board, kids and adults alike can have a great day out. Lane swimming ...