Recognised as one of Wellington’s quirkiest and most well-known landmarks, the fountain remains true to its original design.
One of Wellington's oldest suburbs, much of the residential housing is traditional in style and heritage listed.
A beautifully restored working building, the library provides research services for members of Parliament and parliamentary staff.
This stunning historic building, located in the heart of the capital is the ideal performance space for dance, opera, and musicals.
New Zealand’s national museum, renowned for being bicultural, scholarly, innovative, and fun.
OLD BANK ARCADE. This iconic wedge-shaped building is both a retail space and home to some significant historical artifacts.
PARLIAMENT HOUSE. This iconic building is the heart of New Zealand's political world.
The memorial commemorates those who gave their lives during conflicts and peace-keeping operations world-wide.
Boasting a distinctly-unique design it provides unrivalled ambiance for international acts and conference delegates.
An indoor-sports arena, rock concert venue, public trade-show facility or host to large gala dinners, TSB Arena is a multi-use facility ideally located on the waterfront.
CUBA MALL. Closed to traffic in 1969, the pedestrian mall is home to an eclectic collection of cafes, op-shops, boutique, small fashion stores, art galleries, and music shops.
The colloquial name for the Executive Wing of the New Zealand Parliament Buildings.
Completed in the late the park is an ideal spot for a lunchtime picnic over-looking the harbour.
One of New Zealand's oldest and arguably the most famous test cricket venue in the country.
A favourite of locals and visitors alike, the cable car allows easy access from Lambton Quay to the top entrance of the Botanic Garden.
Cuba Mall is one of Wellington’s most lively pedestrianised areas. New Zealand
Visual forensics of Oriental Bay
Duck Pond at Wellington Botanic Garden. From ancient forests to colourful flower beds, the Wellington Botanic Garden is a delightful experience, completed by great views of the city and harbour.
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