Wellington City and Bays Tour - Afternoon


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Wellington City and Bays Tour (afternoon)

1:00 pm - Wellington i-SITE, Michael Fowler Centre, Wakefield Street, Central City, Wellington
4:00 pm - Wellington i-SITE, Michael Fowler Centre, Wakefield Street, Central City, Wellington

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See the very best of New Zealand's capital city on a half-day afternoon tour of Wellington's city and coastline. Travel around the city's most famous attractions with a local guide and view Wellington's beautiful waterfront from some of the city's most picturesque viewpoints.

During your tour you'll see Wellington's architectural highlights like the iconic Beehive, New Zealand's main parliamentary building, and the Old Government Buildings, the largest wooden building in the Southern Hemisphere. Old Saint Paul's Cathedral is a fine example of Revival Gothic architecture.

Visit the beautiful Wellington Botanic Gardens and see the Lady Norwood Rose Gardens and native New Zealand forest, and stand on the the summit of Mount Victoria and enjoy panoramic views of the city, its hills and harbour.

Your tour will take you around the rugged Wellington coastline, where you can discover hidden bays as well as some of Wellington's most popular beaches. On your way around the Miramar Peninsula and southern bays, you'll see the picturesque seaside suburb of Seatoun, as well as Pencarrow and the Baring Head Lighthouse. If it's a clear day, cast your view further and see all the way across Cook Strait to the Kaikoura Ranges in the South Island.

As an optional extra, add a trip on Wellington's historic Cable Car – ask your driver guide for more details.

Book a morning tour of Wellington's city and bays.

From its harbour to its hills and all the fascinating places in between, discover Wellington's charm and scenic highlights.

Tour Details & Highlights

  • Half day tour
  • Operates daily
  • Departs and returns: Wellington i-SITE
  • Beehive and Parliament buildings
  • Historic architecture
  • Botanic Gardens and Mount Victoria
  • Wellington harbour and coastline