How the world now sees Wellington. Here are some watery-based activities to make the most of the sunny days: waterfront activities (presence of marine dwelling creatures not guaranteed). Thanks for the great Picture Absolutely Positively Wellington 🙂
Nine massive kina, each weighting up to 7.5 tonnes, have been lowered in to Wellington Harbour. The new sculpture by Michel Tuffery, Nga Kina, was constructed in Auckland and trucked to Wellington in November 2012. The sculpture of nine kina is sitting in the water at Kumutoto Wharf and will be increasingly visible at low […]
I am one of the 22,000 people that pass through Wellington Railway station twice daily. It’s really convenient for me, because our hotel is right across the road, and at the other end I have only about a 6 minute walk to my home. Wellington Railway Station was completed in 1937, the same year as […]
Wellington, New Zealand – the coolest little capital in the world. Fantastic shot from the Downtown Backpackers to capture the Voyager of the Seas called at Wellington port today. And Wellington did welcome the passengers with a beautiful sunny day.
Fantastic shot of the city by night… Wellington, we are proud to call you home. South of Wellington (airport) from the Mt Victoria lookout Photo credit: By PABIO via Flickr
Fantastic aerial shot of the city we are proud to call home: Wellington, New Zealand…..
The most popular travelling photo event in the world is on show in Wellington from today until August 29th.
There are many who fear the thought of a 3 hour voyage on the turbulent seas with nothing but screaming children and queasy seasick travellers for company. This was not the case when I stepped into the Interislander VIP lounge on an overcast afternoon.
New Zealand’s government building dubbed ‘The Beehive’ has so eloquently been described as looking like: “a slide projector that fell on a wedding cake that fell on waterwheel.”
The huge number of sculptures and statues dotted around Wellington are a tribute to the city’s status as New Zealand’s cultural capital. Here is a taster…