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You Can’t Beat Wellington on a Good Day

Wellington Scenic Tours

Please Note: All bookings are Van Charters,Tours are for you and your group only

Scenic tours of Wellington can be tailored to suit your requirements for time and preference of attractions. There are a number of attractions such as:

The Cable Car, Zelandia Native Bird Sanctuary, Botanic Gardens, Old St Paul’s Church and Te Papa which is New Zealand’s National Museum and many more.

Ask about our specialised itineraries or design your own.

MT VICTORIA = Around 200 metres high

This is widely advertised as one of the must-do activities in Wellington.

The 380 degress of panoramic views from the top are incredible, Hear how & see where Wellington’s landscape has been formed.

(Due to its exporsure to the wind, it is advisable to carry a wind jacket)


Visit this amazing venue and find out how they produce such films as Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Avatar, King Kong and The Chronicles of Narnia.

Experience a Weta Cave Workshop Tour, see Weta artists and Technicians at work.

(Advance booking for this is recommended. Admission prices are not included in our Tour Price.)


This amazing display was created by Sir Peter Jackson. You will find this an educational and heart moving experience. Take the opportunity to reflect and honour those ANZACs (Australia and New Zealand Army Corps.) that made the ultimate sacrifice.

Hear some of their stories, see the adversity they faced.

“They shall not grow old or weary as we shall….. Least we forget.”

Wellington City

The nations capital overlooks one of the prettiest harbours in the world and it sits nestled between the sea’s edge and the hills.

People come here to enjoy its quirky charm and panoramic views.


Parliament Buildings

Visit Parliament, New Zealand’s unique capital buildings. Included in this tour is the opportunity to visit the Beehive a stunning architecturally designed building that was completed in 1979. This is the Excutive Wing of our parliamentry complex. Included inside are the offices of the Prime Minister and Cabinent.

Next door to the Beehive is the beautiful Edwardian stone/granite building where parliament sits when it is in session.

Again there is the opportunity to join one of the free tours hosted by parliament guides and learn some of the stories that are in these buildings.