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Wellington, New Zealand Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 40
Total Sleeping Rooms 3,900
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 280
Committable Meeting Rooms* 20
Average Hotel Room Rate NZD $180
Average Weekly Car Rental NZD $250
*Maximum for a single hotel

Wellington, New Zealand Things to Do and Attractions

Logan Brown Restaurant

Logan Brown Restaurant celebrates the bounty of New Zealand, sourcing sustainable ingredients in an ethical way. The stylish yet relaxed restaurant is open for lunch Wednesday and Thursday from noon to 1:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from noon to 2

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Whitebait is a fine-dining establishment specializing in fresh New Zealand seafood and local produce, cooked simply using a charcoal-fired oven. Whitebait features four- and five-course dining menus, which are available by appointment and for large

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Boulcott Street Bistro

Beloved for its gourmet bistro dining and relaxed feel, Boulcott Street Bistro is an upscale eatery set in a cozy Victorian cottage. It is open Monday through Friday from noon to 10 p.m., Saturday from 5:30 to 10 p.m., and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 9

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BATS Theatre

Located along the edge of the Courtenay Place entertainment district, BATS Theatre features three intimate performance spaces and a boutique bar. This unique Wellington institution showcases New Zealand performances and is known for presenting three

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Circa Theatre

Circa Theatre spans two performance spaces: the 224-seat Circa One and 100-seat Circa Two. Together, the spaces offer year-long professional theater performances, as well as theater tours. Circa Theatre is available for private events in its

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Wellington Opera House

An elegant Edwardian proscenium space, the Wellington Opera House is known for its ornate details, luxurious red and gold color palette, and beautiful marble-clad foyers. Located in the city center, the 1,400-person Opera House hosts a wide variety

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Seal Coast Safari

The three-hour off-road Seal Coast Safari takes passengers along rugged coastline, over rocks, and around the bays aboard four-wheel-drive trucks to Tongue Point, home to a colony of New Zealand fur seals. Along the way, guides share stories about

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Wellington Cable Car

One of Wellington’s most iconic attractions, the Wellington Cable Car is a funicular railway rising nearly 400 feet over a length of more than 2,000 feet, boasting panoramic views of the city. Departing every 10 to 15 minutes, the cable car begins

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Wellington Botanic Garden

One of the oldest botanic gardens in New Zealand, the 25-hectare Wellington Botanic Garden features native forest, plant collections, seasonal displays, an extensive rose garden, a children’s playground, sculptures, fountains, and a duck pond.

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A world-class wildlife save haven, ZEALANDIA is situated in a forested valley minutes from downtown Wellington. Home to such native species as tuatara, little spotted kiwi, giant weta, and kaka, ZEALANDIA is the world’s first fully fenced urban

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Space Place at Carter Observatory

Space Place at Carter Observatory explores New Zealand skies and the country’s contribution to astronomy and space sciences. Space Place’s digital, full-dome planetarium offers a range of shows for all ages, as well as live presentations of the night

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Wellington Zoo

Home to more than 500 animals, from lions and tigers to giraffes and kangaroos, the Wellington Zoo is New Zealand’s first zoo and Wellington’s oldest conservation organization. It features a number of playgrounds, talks, and encounters, as well as

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Weta Studio Tours

Weta Studio Tours takes guests on an immersive journey through filmmaking, with an up-close look at the props, creatures, vehicles, models, and other pieces made in Wellington for The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies, Avatar, and

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Te Wharewaka o Pōneke

Groups can experience the rich culture of Te Whanganui a Tara (Wellington Harbour) and the waterfront via Maori canoe and walking tours with Te Wharewaka o Pōneke. These cultural experiences explore Wellington’s past from its first explorers to

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Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

New Zealand’s national museum, Te Papa Tongarewa, is located along the waterfront and welcomes guests to interact with the country’s art, culture, and science. The museum features permanent exhibitions that showcasing the geology, the natural

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