22 results for "Wellington"


Old St Paul's

A Wellington icon, Old St Paul's is a must-see experience when visiting Wellington.

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Wellington

Visit Tohu Whenua heritage sites in Wellington.

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Old Government Buildings

One of the world's greatest wooden buildings and located on Lambton Quay, the Old Government Buildings were the heart of of our fledgling democracy.

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Antrim House

Antrim House was built as the ultimate statement home, now positioned between high-rise apartments in central Wellington.

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Pencarrow Lighthouse

An isolated landmark, light from the 1859 lighthouse on Wellington Harbour's Pencarrow Head can be seen as far as Marlborough’s Cloudy Bay.

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Located in the centre of Wellington CBD, Antrim House is accessible by train, bus, ferry, cycling, and by car. Paid off-site parking nearby.

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Located 350m from Parliament, Old St Paul's is accessible by bus, ferry, cycling and by road. Paid on-street parking is available nearby.

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Visit

Located in Wellington CBD, Old Government Buildings is accessible by train, bus, ferry, cycling and by road. Paid on-street parking available nearby.

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An introduction to Old Government Buildings

650 cubic metres of kauri are on display at Old Government Buildings, its story including names such as Ballance, Vogel, Massey and Seddon.

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Located 9.3kms from Eastbourne, Pencarrow Lighthouse is accessible by train, bus, ferry, cycling and by road. Free parking at the end of the road.

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An introduction to Antrim House

Robert Hannah built Antrim House in 1905. It features kauri panelling and staircase, pressed metal ceilings, stained glass windows, and a tower.

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An introduction to Pencarrow Lighthouse

Pencarrow Lighthouse is a four-hour return walk. At the top you’ll find a 12-metre high, cast-iron octagonal tower, and views over the Cook Strait.

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Upper Hutt Blockhouse

Upper Hutt Blockhouse, a remnant of the New Zealand wars, was built out of a fearful 'last stand' mindset.

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An introduction to Old St Paul's

Old St Paul's is a Gothic Revival pro-cathedral located in central Wellington. Made of diverse native timbers, its beauty will take your breath away.

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Wellington

Visit Pouhere Taonga Heritage New Zealand historic places the coolest little capital, Wellington, surrounded by culture, history, nature and cuisine.

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An introduction to Lyttelton Timeball

After the Canterbury earthquakes collapsed the tower and its three-storey station, the timeball and its tower have been rebuilt.

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An Introduction to Upper Hutt Blockhouse

The Upper Hutt Blockhouse was originally in the centre of Upper Hutt, at first a refuge, then given legal protection as a historic building.

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Upper Hutt Blockhouse is accessible by train, bus, cycling and by road. There is free on-street parking nearby.

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An introduction to Fyffe House

Fyffe House shows how demanding life was when it was constructed in the 1840s, built from imported timber. Several of its owners met untimely ends.

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Thursdays at the mill

These blokes have met weekly at the mill for 15 years, with the ambition of bringing the old mill back to life.

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