Visitors to this amazing country shouldn’t miss the capital city of Wellington off their itinerary, even though most people make the mistake of thinking New Zealand’s other major city is the country’s capital. Just Fly Business can help plan luxury holidays to Wellington with a tailor-made itinerary specific to your needs.
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High on the hill overlooking the city, the Wellington Botanical Gardens are an oasis that is easily accessible for locals and visitors of all ages. With an idyllic climate for horticulture, the gardens are commonly acclaimed as one of the best in the country.
With trails and paths dotted throughout, it is recommended to start at the top as the slope of the hill makes for an easier decent through the sculptured landscapes, rose gardens, and along the sculpture trail.
Located within the 25 hectare gardens, the Space Place at Carter Observatory allows visitors to explore the cosmos through a planetarium, interactive exhibits, and public viewings through the telescope.
Insider’s Tip: A must when visiting the botanic gardens, take the Wellington Cable-Car from Lambton Quay which has been operating since 1902. With several stops along the way, the experience coupled with the view is not to be missed!
With the recent films of The Lord of the Rings Trilogy and The Hobbit movies putting a spotlight on New Zealand, The Weta Cave is a fascinating place providing visitors an insight into the cinematography that went into making the franchise. With tours that open your eyes to the magic of the movie industry, to props and visual effects, the studio brings the fantasy worlds of J.R.R Tolkien to life!
Located on the Wellington Waterfront, the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is the premier arts and culture destination in the country. Celebrating New Zealand’s unique wildlife, natural environment, and native Maori people, the museum covers six floors with interactive displays.
Containing everything from the world’s largest Colossal Squid to the “Awesome Forces” display detailing the workings, causes, and effects of earthquakes that are common in the region, it is easy to spend a full day within the walls of this informative and entertaining museum.
Step back in time at Zealandia, the world’s first fully-fenced urban ecosanctuary. This 225 hectare conservation project is restoring a Wellington valley’s forest and freshwater ecosystems as closely as possible to their pre-human state.
Native wildlife and that had been absent from the mainland for over 100 years has been gradually reintroduced, creating a sanctuary for the birdlife and reptiles that existed in this remote country before the introduction of mammals by humans. Experienced guides lead tours through the valley either by day or under torchlight at night for a unique look into New Zealand’s natural past.
Insider’s Tip: Utilise the free shuttle from outside the City Information Centre or the top of the Cable Car.
Located at the base of the famous Cable Car, the Intercontinental Hotel is the perfect place for your needs after your business flights to Wellington.
Situated opposite the Museum of New Zealand, the quirky QT Museum Hotel puts its clients in the heart of the city.
With the ferry between the North and South Islands operating from Wellington, the connections to Picton and into the serene natural beauty of the South Island, as well as the Marlborough Wine Region, has never been easier.
International flights into Wellington are only short distance due to the length of the runway, and usually originate from Sydney or other Australian cities. Most international carriers operating from the UK, such as Emirates or Cathay Pacific, will have connections through Auckland in the north or Christchurch in the south en-route to Wellington.
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