Romantic Things to Do in Wellington

Top Couples' Activities & Romantic Things to Do in Wellington, New Zealand

Best Romantic Things to Do in Wellington for Couples

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  • yogimon
    Blenheim, New Zealand36 contributions
    Awesome place for whole family. We saw the Rita Angus show and that was fantastic along with natural NZ exhibits. Ever seen a Moa skeleton? Very cool.
    Written 3 May 2022
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  • Lesley A
    Wellington, New Zealand18 contributions
    Zealandia just keeps getting better and better. Really easy to see NZ wildlife eg Takahe, Kaka, Tuatara. The place is well laid out, lots to see for a day out. The staff are knowledgeable and passionate about what they do and are willing to stop and chat. Highly recommended.
    Written 30 April 2022
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  • Thomas G
    Wellington, New Zealand7 contributions
    Superb view! You can everything from there, specially on a beautiful day! Definitely in you to do list when you come to Wellington
    Written 10 April 2022
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  • flyingeagle2223
    Dunedin, New Zealand317 contributions
    nice spot to wait for the ferry although does seem a little small and in an odd spot when you first see it, but since you are only really there to get on the ferry location doesnt really matter.
    Written 9 July 2021
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  • John L
    Cambridge, New Zealand212 contributions
    A great attraction for Wellington. I recall the old cable car prior to the late 70's and remember the kerfuffle losing the old cars with the external seating. Whilst the romanticism has been lost the new ones are certainly more practical.
    We enjoyed the ride and also the small museum at the top.
    Written 11 March 2022
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  • Bright77
    Auckland, New Zealand6 contributions
    Highly recommend this tour if you visit Wellington. Took our 2 young kids (7 & 10 year old) who throughly enjoyed it.
    Rob our tour guide was very knowledgeable and went above and beyond including playing and singing happy birthday to our son.
    Enjoyed visiting all of the key rooms including the debating room, the press room where they hold the daily covid press conferences and the great hall.
    We weren’t expecting to enjoy it as much as we did with my partner saying it had been a real highlight.
    No photos are allowed to be taken during the tour but we quite liked that.
    Definitely a must do in Wellington!
    Written 27 January 2022
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  • flyingeagle2223
    Dunedin, New Zealand317 contributions
    I did run out of time to view the inside of this church but loved the outside all the same, next time I return to Wellington I plan to visit again and take a look around the inside :)
    Written 9 July 2021
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  • Neil B
    Auckland, New Zealand1,033 contributions
    A good day out if you’re staying in the Martinborough or Greytown areas. The lighthouse is about an hour’s drive away at the end of the road along the southeast Wairarapa coast. As you’d expect, the lighthouse is on a prominent point. It’s also at the top of a very steep flight of some 250 steps! Rugged and wild coastal scenery. Be ready for strong winds. There’s a toilet at the car park.

    If you’re heading out to the Cape, it’s worth combining the outing with the 1.5 hour Pinnacles Track just a few kilometres down the road. Also consider stopping in at the historic Lake Ferry Hotel for lunch or refreshments.
    Written 21 April 2022
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  • Sivasankar Sivapragasam
    Petaling Jaya, Malaysia62 contributions
    I always come across Oriental Bay to Freyberg pool. It is beautiful and serene by feeling the wind. Overall, it is the best place to jog, walk, work out and swim at Freyberg pool.
    Written 8 May 2022
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  • Neil B
    Auckland, New Zealand1,033 contributions
    Good hike to combine with a trip to Cape Palliser lighthouse. About a 1.5 hour return trip from the car park to the Pinnacles. Amazing rock formations; you can see why it was selected for a LOTR filming location. You can either walk straight up the stream bed and back (many small stream crossings) or do one way via the stream bed and the other way via the Pinnacles Track to take in the lookout.

    Sturdy footwear required. There are toilets at the car park.
    Written 21 April 2022
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  • PamelaC
    New Zealand8 contributions
    The interactive experiences. Te Kohanga....the nest; which shares information about animal health and welfare. The Atua and inclusiveness of Reo. Ways in which the Zoo's collaborate to support the survival of critically endangered species, made me rethink my take on all that a Zoo IS.
    Written 28 April 2022
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  • moonlotus18
    Hamilton, New Zealand1,693 contributions
    Enjoyed trolling through this street mall as lots of shops, eating places, cafes and street performers abound. Look for bargains along the way or just sip coffee at one of the cafes to watch the world go by. Colourful and funky precinct. Would recommend checking it out during the day time but be careful as it starts to get dark. Sometimes some dodgy characters abound.
    Written 6 February 2022
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  • 983jeu
    Wellington, New Zealand21 contributions
    The walk was long, but it was definitely worth it. The seals and rock formations were spectacular. We had a great time and will come again.
    Written 23 January 2022
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  • travelisbliss22
    Dunedin, New Zealand284 contributions
    Not the first time I'd been into this museum, but as always, it was a great place to wander around. I love the ambience of Wellington Museum, including the building itself. This visit, there were some rooms open that I didn't notice previously (Wellington Harbour Board old board rooms), which added some new intrigue. Overall, it really is a great museum and I really do recommend it for anyone when in the waterfront area.
    Written 29 November 2021
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  • Youngone51
    New Plymouth, New Zealand523 contributions
    We were a group of 50 that travelled from Te Kuiti to Palmerston North. What a great trip! The staff were friendly and helpful, the carriages were clean and comfortable and on top of that awesome scenery. Just the best!
    Written 17 August 2021
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