This easy two hour walk to an old airstrip, through farmland and bush, passes several World War II munition magazines (some ... More
This easy two hour walk to an old airstrip, through farmland and bush, passes several World War II munition magazines (some of the 62 to be found in the area). As you climb towards the airstrip, views of Pauatahanui Inlet and beyond are visible. You pass the officers' mess (an old brick building now converted to shearer's quarters) and the woolshed, before reaching the airstrip. The track loops for the return journey to the carpark. There are no picnic facilities provided but opportunities are everywhere.
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 ...
Travelodge Wellington Plimmer Towers is situated in the center of Wellingtons financial and shopping hub. It is close to key
cultural attractions such as Wellington Zoo, the Wellington Cable Car, and Te Papa Museum of New Zealand. The hotel ...