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In tune with both its history and its environment, Wellington invites you to discover New Zealand in different aspects.
The capital of New Zealand, Wellington, offers many cultural occupations and outdoor activities. After being brought into the city center by the Wellington Cable Car, which has its museum, the points of visit multiply. On the one hand, the Botanic Garden exhibits as many rare and exotic indoor plants as more or less ancient trees; on the other, Performances about the history of the New Zealand sky at the Space Place Observatory. Mount Victoria overlooks the city, to the delight of lovers of panoramic views. This small hill, located east of the center, is accessible by car or on foot for hiking fans. To immerse yourself in the city's history, the Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand displays collections dedicated to New Zealand culture, and the Red Rocks Reserve offers rocky landscapes steeped in Maori history. Movie lovers are not left out with the Weta Workshop studio, which organizes guided tours around film objects such as The Lord of the Rings, the World of Narnia, or Avatar.
  • Can we find beaches at Wellington?
    The beach Oriental Bay is loved by locals and is near the town center.

  • Are there places to protect endangered species in Wellington?
    Several places aim to protect endangered species and offer guided tours to see them and learn more about their stories. This is the case of the Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre, which conserves native species, or the Zealandia Te Mara a Tane eco-sanctuary.

  • What is the origin of the name Wellington?
    The town was named in honour of Arthur Wellesley, the first Duke of Wellington and winner of the Battle of Waterloo. In the Maori language, the city is called Te Whanganui-a-Tara.

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