Set on a magnificent harbor surrounded by hills, Wellington is New Zealand’s capital and cultural centre.
Wellington stands at the southern end of the North Island, around the deep water harbor of Port Nicholson and the shores of the Cook Strait. It is a compact city,... Read More
New Zealand’s North Island has the most inhabitants and boasts of around 77 percent of the country’s population. Auckland is the biggest Pacific island city as well. Located at the southernmost point of the island is Wellington, NZ’s capital.
What makes the North different... Read More
The Wairarapa Region is located to the east of New Zealand in North Island spreading from the Pacific Ocean to Tararua Ranges. To the south, from Wellington is bordered by the Rimutaka Mountain Range. The Wairarapa region is surrounded by mountains and has crisp winters and... Read More
The Wellington region lies north from the capital city situated up on the west coast, containing the cities of Upper and Lower Hutt. This region is bordered by the Cook Strait in the south, the Tasman Sea in the west and the mountainous Rimutaka Ranges to the east and north.... Read More