This walk is a bit north of Wellington at a place called Plimmerton. It is short (approx 3.2km return), level and easy. It is a lovely walk along the side of a scenic sea inlet past a group of colourful, quirky little boat sheds. You...更多
Wellington waterfront is a great place to stroll. Starting at Queens wharf there are lots of restaurants and eateries there or you can stroll the boardwalk in its entirety to Te Papa at the other end.
On a sunny day its lovely, on a windy...更多
Wellington City is a warm and beautiful city; full of charm, friendly people and historical and wonderful architectural buildings.
There are lovely walkways and Wellington also has a fantastic waterfront district with restaurants and cafes.
In fact, with the profusion of eateries and restaurants in...更多
...you can start the northern walk at the botanical garden, the southern at Mount Victoria outlook, or you go up from Oriental bay,.... so may walk,...unbelievable,.... over 70 in Wellington area.....all good !!!
We walked part of the Northern Walkway, starting at Truscott Avenue in Johnsonville for our climb to the top of Mount Kaukau. We hadn't done this before so were unsure what to expect. The Mount is 445 metres above sea level and is the most...更多
Walking is really the best way to go in Wellington. You can easily walk all around the bays and all the way to Mirimar/Seatoun with no trouble. The city centre is mostly flat, which is a blessing because the burbs are very hilly! There are...更多
We took a walking tour of much of the CBD including the waterfront walkways. Our guide provided all kinds of interesting historical and cultural insights as well as some amount of historical gossip! A fun way to spend 2+ hours.