Wellington

Wellington, as New Zealand’s capital is widely known for its arts and culture. With a compact population of 423,800 in 290km2 the city is set on the edge of a stunning harbour and surrounded by forested hills, ocean beaches and regional parks.

Dominating the spectacular waterfront is Te Papa Tongrewa – the interactive, innovative museum that’s one of New Zealand’s key cultural attractions.

The Wellington Beehive, as the Parliament’s building stands in the midst of the central business district and is known for its instantly recognisable and stunning rotunda architectural features. At night, the city stays up late to enjoy live theatre, music and dance performances.

Generally the climate in Wellington is temperate with moderate rainfall and mild day temperatures. It is also is renowned for its wind. The wind-funnelling effect of Cook Strait leads to a high frequency of strong winds around the southern coast. Click here to read some endorsements from happy clients living in Wellington.

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