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wellington photo of the week

The Royal New Zealand Ballet is in collaborating with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in an exciting new production where all composers and choreographers are under the age of 25.

wellington open day

How would you like to experience all Wellington’s attractions for a dollar? You can this Sunday 27th May! Wellington Gold Coin Day is the only day of the year you can get into world class attractions for one or two dollars. You’ll have to get in quick and email a booking for these activities: John’s […]

quad biking – experience it!!

We were lucky enough to experience a 4WD half day Quad Bike Famil with Nigel and his company ‘Quad Bike Expeditions’.

festival city

New Zealand’s capital of culture boasts many and varied festivals. Here’s a look at The International Festival of the Arts, the Fringe Festival and Summer Festival Wellington.

the bucket fountain

Love it or hate it The Bucket Fountain has become an iconic landmark in Wellington City.

wellington events – part 2: rugby world cup 2011

Rugby is HUGE in New Zealand. The mighty All Blacks (New Zealand rugby team) are national heroes and are NZ’s most internationally recognized sporting fixture. Performing the haka prior to a match sends shivers of national pride down the spines of all kiwis.

john’s hop on hop off city tour review

I went on John’s Hop On Hop Off City Tour last week and really enjoyed it. It is a hop on hop off tour and is fantastic for any tourist in Wellington.

three cups of coffee

Anyone trying to reduce their coffee intake best stay clear of Wellington. The temptation of outstanding coffee is everywhere and any attempt to resist would prove futile.

wellington – city of markets

Wellington is renowned for its fantastic shopping.
There are a host of markets in and around downtown Wellington. Here is the lowdown:

wellington freebies

Spending time in a capital city anywhere in the world inevitably involves spending money. So what is there to do in Wellington (declared the coolest little capital in the world for 2010 by Lonely Planet) without spending a cent?

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