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Wellington : Your Host City



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Wellington: the coolest little capital 

Wellington is renowned for its friendly locals and impeccable service. Wellingtonians absolutely positively believe in their city and that pride transcends into the services they provide. Wellington restaurants have taken out the country’s ultimate cuisine prize time after time and their bartenders, receptionists and hotel managers are forever winning awards. The capital acts as the nation’s transport hub and is easily and regularly accessed by international and domestic flights, inter-island ferries, trains and automobiles.

Wellington International Airport is a mere 10 minute drive from the central business district. Taxis, shuttles and the Airport Flyer bus are all on hand to transfer visitors to the central city. Now that’s service! With a city centre just two kilometres in diameter, Wellington is also seamlessly and cost-effectively navigated once on the ground.



Wellington Attractions

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa  Te Papa is New Zealand’s bold and innovative national museum, and a recognised world leader in interactive and visitor focused museum experiences. New Zealand’s geology and natural environment and the stories of New Zealand’s indigenous people, the Māori, are celebrated in Te Papa’s permanent exhibitions. An exciting range of exhibitions display New Zealand’s diverse art and visual culture, and top rating international exhibitions tour regularly.
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Zealandia: The Karori Sanctuary Experience
Just minutes from downtown Wellington, lies a place unlike any other – Zealandia: The Karori Sanctuary Experience. Home to some of the rarest and most extraordinary birds  and other wildlife, Zealandia is New Zealand’s award winning eco-attraction.Those joining the Conference Excursion will visit here.

Weta Cave
A first ever behind the scenes look at Weta. See interviews with co-founders Peter Jackson and Richard Taylor, and check out their mini museum. You will come face to face with some of the characters, props and displays from your favourite movies.


Art-House        City Gallery Wellington
City Gallery Wellington provides visitors with captivating art from some of the world’s most exciting artists. Whether it’s the latest exhibition of New Zealand’s avant garde artists, an international collection visiting the gallery or just the gallery’s renowned café Nikau, there are plenty of reasons
to visit.

Wellington Zoo
Get up close and personal with wildlife including an extraordinary range of native birds and reptiles. Wellington Zoo is a magical place of learning and fun, leaving visitors with a sense of wonder and respect for nature.

Wellington Waterfront
Read a book in the sun, absorb some culture in the galleries and museums, or dine casually or in style. Party into the night, join the crowd at a sporting or cultural event or take the family for a picnic with a four wheel cycle ride. You’ll find this and more on Wellington’s Waterfront.

There are six major walkways in the Wellington region. The tracks take in scenic views of the city and coast, and cover a wide range of landscapes. Walkers can hike through the changing forests of the city’s town belt, windswept farmland on the coast of Makara, or through Wellington’s Botanic Garden.



Wellington Cable Car

The Wellington Cable Car is one of Wellington’s oldest and most popular tourist attractions. The cars run from Lambton Quay in the heart of the central business district, and within 5 minutes whisk you from under the corporate towers of  The Terrace, past Victoria University to the top entrance of the Botanic Garden.

Wellington Botanic Garden

Wellington Botanic Garden spans over 26 hectares. It encompasses unsurpassed views of Wellington, a unique landscape, exotic forests, native bush, colourful floral displays and gorgeous specialist gardens. It is classified as a Garden of National Significance by the Royal New Zealand Institute of Horticulture, and is a Historic Places Trust Heritage Area.

Kapiti Island Nature Tours


Kapiti Island is around 5km off the west coast of the southern North Island, just one hours drive north of Wellington. It is 10km long and around 2km wide and it covers 1,965 hectares. The Island is a nature reserve – an area set aside for the protection of native plants and native birds, and where human influence is monitored and kept to a bare minimum. As a nature reserve it remains the most protected of public lands, and today the sheer abundance and diversity of birdlife gives testimony to the decades of careful management, good planning and much hard work.

For over a hundred years now Kapiti Island has been managed by the New Zealand Government in order to protect its flora and fauna. Kapiti Island stands as one of the jewels in the crown of New Zealand’s conservation estate as it provides the necessary pest and predator free environment for many of New Zealand’s most endangered bird species.

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