On ANZAC day we took our three grand children to Wright's Hill. It was a beautiful sunny day. It was interesting for us and the grand kids to explore the tunnels and learned about the history of how NZ was involved int the IIWW. After...更多
Wrights hill offers a great view across Wellington city. There are good walking tracks and some mountain bike trails.
Wrights Hill has an extensive tunnel network built during world war 2 to defend Wellington against naval attacks from the Japanese, complete with some massive cannons...更多
As this part of NZ history is only open a few times a year we took the opportunity to take an elderly couple both 83 years old to visit. They enjoyed seeing the old radios, phones, guns, knives and history. There were steep steps with...更多
There are 2 parts to this location: The walks and lookout, and the fort beneath it.
A) If you're going for the fort make sure you check when it's open - its only open a few days per year but if you have any interest...更多
The first advice I would give is that you should visit the web site. This will answer all the questions and MOST IMPORTANTLY it provides details of OPEN DAYS and admission prices. The tunnels etc are being continuously restored and is a great part of...更多
Stopped in Queens Birthday weekend for a look.
It was an amazing day and the place was packed, since the fortress only opens on public holidays.
We paid our $16.00 for 2 adults and read the information in the waiting room which was packed full...更多
We stopped at Mt Victoria in the morning on our tour with John from Capital Personalized Tours, but he saved the best for last because the was the best panoramic view of Wellington. It was a little walk to the top but not bad...fairly level....更多
If there is an open day on get up there and checkout the tunnels that run under the hill as well as all the gun mounts. With great views over the city it's a good place to take the kids for a breath of fresh...更多