Capital of New Zealand and geographical centre of the country, Wellington is known for its lively cultural scene and progressive outlook.

Situated at the bottom of North Island, the city is organised around its splendid harbour while areas of outstanding natural beauty are located only a short drive away from the compact Wellington city centre.

It's often observed that Wellington has all the sophistication of an international metropolis combined with the charm of a local village. To others, though, Wellington is the windy city - subject to gale force gusts and lots of hot air from the politicians!

Everyone agrees, though, that this is a beautiful place, packed with great restaurants and visitor attractions that make the most of its abundant natural virtues.

Parliament Buildings
Old St Paul's Church
Carter Observatory
Museum of Wellington City and Sea
Karori Sanctuary
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