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PO Box 15053, Miramar
Wellington 6022

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WELLINGTON TOURS

Book a three hour exclusive tour

Our friendly, experienced drivers are very knowledgeable and can help you make the most of your trip to Wellington. Whether you are looking for our standard tour around the city with preset locations and times, or whether you just want to take your time and visit the places you prefer, the choice is up to you.

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TOUR OPTIONS

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Up to 4 People

Our experienced drivers know everything you will want to know about our city so you can be assured you are in good hands. Our Standard Tour will cost you $200. If on the day you decide you want more time to look around, there will be an extra cost of $50 an hour payable directly to the driver.


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For 5 - 11 People

If you have more than 4 people than you will require a van to transport you. Our vans can seat up to 11 people and will cost you $300 for a three hour tour for your group. If on the day you wish to extend the time then it will cost an extra $60 per hour payable directly to the driver.

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Tourist Hot Spots

There are many sights to see around Wellington. We can take you and your party on a set tour which will make the most of your time in Wellington, or you can create your own tour and just jump in and let the driver know where you want to go. See below for some places you might want to check out.

PLACES TO SEE

 
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THE BEEHIVE

The ‘Beehive’ is the popular name for the Executive Wing of the parliamentary complex because of the building’s shape. This is where the Prime Minister and Cabinet Ministers have offices, and where the Cabinet meets.

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MOUNT VICTORIA LOOKOUT

With a 360 degree panorama of the city, this is a great place to see what Wellington looks like.

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New Zealand's movie making hub is centred here in Miramar Wellington. Movies made here include Lord of the Rings, Avatar, and Edge of Tomorrow

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ZEALANDIA is the world’s first fully-fenced urban ecosanctuary, with an extraordinary 500-year vision to restore a Wellington valley’s forest and freshwater ecosystems as closely as possible to their pre-human state.

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Southward Car Museum has one of the most comprehensive privately owned collection of veteran and vintage cars in the Southern Hemisphere. Travel time from Wellington city to this museum will take approximately 60 minutes each way.

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Over 26 hectares of unsurpassed views, unique landscape, exotic forests, native bush, colourful floral displays and gorgeous specialist gardens.

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CABLE CAR

There is simply no better way to experience the hidden charm that Wellington has to offer than to take this 5-minute ride from the heart of city center, up through the hillside terraced houses of Kelburn to the lookout perched high above the city.

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This is the national museum and art gallery for New Zealand. It is branded and commonly known as Te Papa and Our Place; "Te Papa Tongarewa" is broadly translatable as "the place of treasures of this land".

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Formed by Lambton Quay, Willis Street, Manners Street and Courtenay Place, the ‘Golden Mile’ encompasses some of the best shopping on offer in the capital.

Master film-maker, Sir Peter Jackson, with the support of ANZ, has recreated the global story of the First World War at The Great War Exhibition. A stunning array of movie-like sets depict the war; scene by scene; year by year.

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One of New Zealand’s greatest heritage places, Old St Paul’s was built by the Anglican Church between 1865 and 1866 on what was originally the site of Pipitea Pā, a Māori settlement on Wellington’s waterfront.

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The lookout and picnic area was redeveloped in 2010 and is now an excellent place to take visitors to Wellington to look out over the city, the harbour and the Orongorongo Range.