This was a quiet excursion to the other side of Wellingtons harbour as come late march most of the local business owners shut shop, pack up, lock the doors & leave till the next spring time. So most places are closed with the exception of the Gallery in the middle of Eastbourne & dairy, butcher, etc but I know from... 更多
This lovely little bay only 25 minutes from central Wellington really does something for everybody, icecreams, pizza, cafe food, fine dining, and of course coffees too. The beach is protected from the inclement weather with te option of hire cycles, kayaks, and sail boats. Penty of room for the kids to play on the sandy beach whilst Mum & Dad... 更多
The East-West Ferry ($11 each way) takes you from the City across to Days Bay. It is a nice boat rip with good views of the city, harbour and Strait ferries from the water. The day I went was overcast and grey, so not the best. Good public toilets near Days Bay Ferry stop and a large café and restaurant... 更多
I like to visit Days Bay whenever I am in the area. I like to go to Eastbourne and walk along the beach to Days Bay. It is not a long walk and there are so many shells and stones to see and some amazing driftwood. There are toilets and eating places and it is a nice place to swim.
Great for all ages. Nice beach and protected swimming. Good range of cafes and a lovely shop with arts and crafts. Parking can be tricky on a busy day, but be patient. Well worth it
Nice beach, can hire kayaks, lovely park over the road with huge grass areas, bush walks, cafe & restaurant, delicious pizzas, cheap ice creams, great views! Can drive there, catch a bus, or the harbour ferry.
This is a really pleasant place to visit. It is great now that there's a ferry from Wellington direct to Day's Bay (it only takes 20 minutes), or it's also easily accessible by road around the bays from Petone and Seaview. Once here, Day's Bay is a very nice beach with a lovely green park, café, restaurants, craft stores and... 更多